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**Excel 2013 Assignment 2 – Self-Paced Option**

**(complete following Tutorial #’s 13 – 19)**

For this assignment, you will work with a workbook of a class roster with various grades and student records. You’ll practice writing formulas, as well as sorting and filtering data.

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**Instructions**

Select **row 3** and then use the **Freeze Panes** command on the **View** tab to freeze rows 1 and 2 in place.

HINT: When you’re done, rows 1 and 2 will stay in place as you scroll through the worksheet.

Select** cell G3**. Next, insert a **formula** or a **function **to add up the values in **cell range B3:F3**.

HINT: Remember to begin your formula with the equal sign ( = ).

HINT: When you’re done, the calculated value should be 86.

Select **cell G3** and then drag the **fill handle** all the way to **cell G18**. When you’re done, the formula will be copied to cell range G4:G18 and calculated values should appear in those cells.

Select **cell D9** and change the value from 0 to 14. Notice how the formula re-calculates the value in cell G9.

Select **cell G19** and **edit the function** to include the cell range G3:G18 in the **argument**.

HINT: When you’re done, the calculated value should be 75.06

Select **cell H3**. Next, insert a formula that will **subtract** the value in cell **G19** from **cell G3**. When writing your formula, make an**absolute reference** to cell G19.

HINT: G3 should **not** be an absolute reference in the formula.

HINT: When you’re done, the calculated value should be 10.94.

Select **cell H3** and then drag the **fill handle** all the way to to cell **H18**. When you’re done, the formula will be copied to cell range H4:H18 and calculated values should appear in those cells.

HINT: When you’re done, the value of cell H4 will be 11.94. If this is incorrect, check the absolute reference in your formula, then repeat steps 6-7.

Select cell **M3**. Next, Insert a formula that will first **add** the values in **cells G3** and **L3**, and then divide that value by 4.

HINT: Use the **order of operations** to ensure that the values in G3 and L3 are added together **before** dividing by 4.

HINT: When you’re done, the calculated value should be 92.25.

Select **cell M3** and then drag the **fill handle** all the way to **cell M18**. When you’re done, the formula will be copied to cell range M4:M18 and calculated values should appear in those cells.

Select cell range **A2:M18**. Next, use the **Sort** command on the **Data** tab to sort the range by **Name** from A-Z.

HINT: When you’re done, Angela Alston should be the first student listed in the workbook.

With the same cell range selected, click the **Filter** command on the **Data** tab. A drop-down arrow should appear in the header cell for each column.

Click the drop-down arrow for **column M** and apply a **number filter** that will filter **between** two values.

In the dialog box that appears, set the filter to show values greater than or equal to **80**, and less than or equal to **90**. This will display values in the 80-90 range.

HINT: When you’re done, only 4 students should be visible in the workbook.

Before submitting, double-check your assignment:

The data in **G18** should read 81.

The data in **H18** should read 5.94.

The data in **M18** should read 82.50.