Excel | Array formulae exercise | Multiple sheets, arrays and other titbits XL 07

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Software ==> Excel  (151 exercises)
Version ==> Excel 2010 and later
Topic ==> Array formulae  (2 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
Subject ==> Excel training

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Create a spreadsheet to predict total labour costs for a shop per day, given the following information:

  • There will be 3 grades of staff - managers, counter staff and cleaning staff
  • There will be 2 shifts - day and night

Hourly pay rates per grade per shift will be as follows:

Excel 2010 exercise - Array formulae (image 1)

The minimum wage doesn't apply here ...

Total hours per day will be as follows:

Excel 2010 exercise - Array formulae (image 2)

Enter these figures in your spreadsheet also

Create formulae to show the total wages by labour type and time period - your final spreadsheet should have a structure similar to the one shown below:

Excel 2010 exercise - Array formulae (image 3)

Use an array formulae to calculate total wages

The rates and hours for provincial stores (the dark unknown world outside London) will be different:

Excel 2010 exercise - Array formulae (image 4)

These are the equivalent provincial figures

Copy your spreadsheet twice to get spreadsheets for London, Provinces and Total.  Create formulae giving the total wage bill for each region, and sum them to get the total wage figure per day.

Save this file with the same name, then close it down.

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