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Excel | Basic tables exercise | Dinosaur Filtering in Tables
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Open the file in the folder shown above:
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You should find that the spreadsheet has 3 identical sheets, named Part 1, Part 2 & Part 3. On consecutive sheets, convert the data to a table
Now apply filtering as follows:
- On Part 1, filter the Table to show dinosaurs that existed in the Cretaceous period, were not carnivores, were less then 2 metres in height and weighed between 10 and 100 Kg.
- On Part 2, filter the Table to show the Jurassic beasts. Then filter further to find the Top 50% based upon Length.
- Lastly, on Part 3, find the Bird-hipped dinosaurs that have the word "tooth" somewhere in the Meaning of Name field.
When you have finished, save your file as Grrrrrrr