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Excel | Advanced tables exercise | Playground - Subtotals
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Open the file contained within the folder name shown above.
First sort the table into Site Type order.
Use the Subtotals menu to find:
- The average number of days until the next check for each site type;
- The average Swings score for each site type;
- The average Slides score for each site type; and
- The average Rocker score for each site type.
The Mixed group average number of days till the next check is much higher than the other categories - expand just this category to find out why.
You can see the average figures for each type of playground.
Change the subtotals so that they now show:
- The lowest scores for each type of site for swings;
- The lowest scores for each type of site for slides; and
- The lowest scores for each type of site for rockers.
Your subtotals should now appear like this:
I hope these playgrounds will be shut until safety improvements are made!
Use Save As... to save the file in your own new Excel work folder.