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POWER BI EXERCISES▼
DAX | Basic measures exercise | Create a measure showing the average profit margin for films
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Open the Power BI file in the above folder to see:
The database contains 3 tables, as shown.
Create a fourth table to hold your measures, and create and show two simple measures and a table to display them in:
Create two simple measures to show the average box office takings and average budget spend for each film in millions of dollars, and show the measures in a table.
Now create and show a measure called Average profit margin showing that the film business is a good one to be in (at least for the films listed in the Wise Owl table):
The profit margin for a film is defined as the box office takings minus the budget for the film, divided by the box office takings.
You will need to trap divide-by-zero errors!
Save your file as Profit margins, then close it down.