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H.W#1 is in the photo that has been uploaded (couple of pictures for one question);Homework 2;Assignment;(Use the following Olympic data for this assignment.);OLYMPICS;100 meter free-style Olympic Gold Medal Swimming Records (seconds);Year Men Women;1896 82.20;1900 62.80;1904 73.40;1908 65.60;1912 63.40 82.20;1920 61.40 73.60;1924 59.00 72.40;1928 58.60 71.00;1932 58.20 66.80;1936 57.60 65.90;1948 57.30 66.30;1952 57.40 66.80;1956 55.40 62.00;1960 55.20 61.20;1964 53.40 59.50;1968 52.20 60.00;1972 51.11 58.59;1976 49.99 55.65;1980 50.40 54.79;1984 49.80 55.92;1988 48.63 54.93;1992 49.02 54.64;1996 48.74 54.50;2000 48.30 53.83;2004 48.17 53.84;2008 47.21 53.12;Enter the data above in an Excel spreadsheet, place it on the first worksheet and label the worksheet ?OlympicData?. Create two additional worksheets, labeled ?PolyTrend? and ?ExpTrend?. On each of those worksheets, create an XY chart from the data to illustrate the information graphically. Ensure that your charts are labeled with a title and legends for the x and y-axis. Use three different orders of polynomials in creating trend lines on the ?PolyTrend? worksheet. On the ?ExpTrend worksheet, create an exponential trend line. Remember to make the information look presentable.;Homework 3 ();Assignment;You are the plant engineer and the plant manager has asked you to do an analysis of the utility bills and make a presentable report from the information. The data is required to evaluate cost saving improvements you are considering for the plant by improving energy and water usage;ELECTRIC Use Use Demand Demand TOTAL;KWH $ KW $ $;JAN 2012 208,120 $6,565 798 $6,464 $13,029;FEB 2012 302,400 $10,121 819 $6,634 $16,755;MAR 2012 273,000 $10,374 756 $6,124 $16,498;APR 2012 193,200 $8,767 651 $5,273 $14,040;MAY 2012 291,100 $10,377 546 $4,423 $14,800;JUN 2012 391,100 $10,238 525 $4,262 $14,500;JUL 2012 296,100 $13,575 735 $7,445 $21,020;AUG 2012 407,400 $16,902 798 $8,091 $24,993;SEP 2012 420,000 $18,574 798 $8,025 $26,599;OCT 2012 348,600 $17,613 756 $7,634 $25,247;NOV 2012 199,500 $9,739 588 $4,663 $14,402;DEC 2012 239,400 $10,121 672 $5,269 $15,390;TOTALS;3,569,920 $142,966 8,442 $74,307 $217,273;(Note: the dollar information on this table is set to the dollar value, no cents);-When you enter this table into your spreadsheet, you will need to enter formulas for the Total $ column (Yellow) and Totals row (Green).;NATURAL GAS;MMBTU Cost $ $/MMBTU;JAN 2012 189 $1,218.00 $6.44;FEB 2012 215 $1,297.00 $6.03;MAR 2012 71 $412.00 $5.80;APR 2012 18 $142.00 $7.89;MAY 2012 2 $22.00 $11.00;JUN 2012 4 $44.00 $11.00;JUL 2012 3 $44.00 $14.67;AUG 2012 3 $44.00 $14.67;SEP 2012 3 $44.00 $14.67;OCT 2012 58 $601.00 $10.36;NOV 2012 76 $820.00 $10.79;DEC 2012 84 $940.00 $11.19;TOTALS;726 $5,628.00 $7.75;(Note: the dollar information on this table is set to the cents value);-When you enter this table into your spreadsheet, you will need to enter formulas for the $/MMBTU column (yellow) and Totals row (green).;WATER SEWAGE TOTAL WATER SEWAGE;Cubic $ $ $ $/CGAL $/CGAL;Gallons;JAN 2012 374 $59.00 $64.00 $123.00 $0.16 $0.17;FEB 2012 432 $67.00 $73.00 $140.00 $0.16 $0.17;MAR 2012 640 $86.00 $106.00 $192.00 $0.13 $0.17;APR 2012 1,079 $144.00 $179.00 $323.00 $0.13 $0.17;MAY 2012 1,148 $154.00 $192.00 $346.00 $0.13 $0.17;JUN 2012 729 $98.00 $122.00 $220.00 $0.13 $0.17;JUL 2012 820 $110.00 $137.00 $247.00 $0.13 $0.17;AUG 2012 640 $68.00 $77.00 $145.00 $0.11 $0.12;SEP 2012 540 $78.00 $91.00 $169.00 $0.14 $0.17;OCT 2012 720 $98.00 $120.00 $218.00 $0.14 $0.17;NOV 2012 990 $129.00 $165.00 $294.00 $0.13 $0.17;DEC 2012 850 $113.00 $142.00 $255.00 $0.13 $0.17;TOTALS;8,962 $1,204.00 $1,468.00 $2,672.00 $0.13 $0.16;(Note: the dollar information on this table is set to the cents value);-When you enter this table into your spreadsheet, you will need to enter formulas for the Total $ column (yellow), Water $/CGAL column (light blue), Sewage $/CGAL column (grey), and Totals row (green).;Enter the three tables above in an Excel spreadsheet, place them on the first worksheet and label the worksheet Bills. Create three additional worksheets, labeled Electric, Gas, and Water. On each of those worksheets, link the related information from the first worksheet to a table on the appropriately labeled worksheet and then create a chart to illustrate the information graphically. Make sure that your charts are labeled with a title and legends for the x and y-axis. Use three different types of charts (1 chart for each page). Your goal is to make the information look presentable.;Homework 4 ();Assignment;This exercise consists of a list of tasks for a home yard project. Working in Microsoft Project, you will create the task list, including summary tasks and their sub-tasks, create links between tasks and their predecessors. Set a start date for your project of February 28, 2014. Enter the following tasks, including the duration, where specified. Tasks with unspecified duration are summary tasks and the rest are sub-tasks. When completed save the file and submit the file via Canvas.;ID: Task List: Duration: Predecessors;1 Preparation;2 Get trash bags 5 min;3 Pick up trash 15 min 2;4 Put gas in the equipment 5 min;5 Get the hedge clippers 5 min;6 Do the work;7 Trim weeds 30 min 3,4;8 Mow front yard 45 min 3,4;9 Edge sidewalk 15 min 3,4;10 Trim Hedge 30 min 5;11 Mow back yard 30 min 8;12 Clean up;13 Bag grass 30 min 7,9,10,11;14 Bundle trash 15 min 7,9,10,11;15 Haul trash 45 min 13,14;Saving/Naming Your File;When you save your file make sure that your name and the project number are included in it.;~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~;Formation for questions 2&3;Formatting;Text Size: All of the main text in this assignment needs to be set in 10 or 12-point size. Please resist the temptation to mix and match point sizes. If you doubt your applications intentions, just select all of your text and insure that it is in 10 or 12-point size. Your titles, legends and labels can be different sizes.;Margins: The right and left side can be set for ?? (0.5) margins. Set the top and bottom margins to one (1?). The only text that ends up on the outside of the one-inch margin is the page number.;Name Block: Place the name block in the upper left corner of the page. In MS Excel, use the left side cells. In this class, the name block only needs to be on the first page/first worksheet. Put your name first, then the class title and then the due date.;Title: All homework assignments have a title. For all Excel-based assignments, skip one cell and place the title on the left, just below the name block. The title for this assignment is ?Homework 2?.;Spelling/Grammar Checking: Remember to do your spelling and grammar checking before turning your assignments in. When doing the spelling/grammar checking keep in mind that some words such as mush and must, woods and words, or here and cow, will not be caught by either check. To correct these problems, you will need to proofread your work.;Page Numbers: Any homework that has more than one page needs to have page numbers on it. Please place your page numbers on the bottom of the page. In MS Excel, use the footer selection and place the page number in the bottom center or bottom right of the page.;Saving/Naming Your File;When you save your file make sure that your name, the class number, and the project number are included in it.

 

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