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More:You are thinking of advertising Microsoft products on a sports telecast. As you buy more ads, the price of each ad decreases as shown in the following table:

 Number of ads Price per ad 1-5 \$ 12,000 6-10 \$11,000 11-20 \$10,000 21 and higher \$ 9000

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1. You are thinking of advertising Microsoft products on a sports telecast. As you buy more ads, the price of

each ad decreases as shown in the following table:

1-5

6-10

11-20

21 and higher Price per ad

\$ 12,000

\$11,000

\$10,000

Write a formula that yields the total cost of purchasing any number of ads.

2. You are thinking of advertising Microsoft products on a popular TV music program. You pay one price for

1-5

6-10

11-20

21 and higher Price per ad

\$ 12,000

\$11,000

\$10,000

\$ 9000 For example, if you buy 8 ads, you pay \$12,000 per ad for the first 5 ads and \$11,000 for each of the next 3

\$10,000 for each of the last 4 ads. Write a formula that yields the total cost of purchasing any number of

ads. Hint: You probably need at least three columns in your table range, and your formula might involve

two lookup functions.

3. In the Pinevalley.xlsx file, the first worksheet contains the salaries of several employees at Pine Valley

University, the second worksheet contains the age of the employees, and the third worksheet contains the

years of experience. Create a fourth worksheet that contains the salary, age, and experience for each

employee.

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7. Find all transactions in which Hallagan sold eyeliner in the West region.

Find all transactions that rank in the top 5 percent with regard to units sold.

Find the top 20 revenue-generating transactions that involve foundation sales.

Find all transactions involving sales of at least 60 units during 2004 for which the per-unit price was a 8. maximum of \$3.10.

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Find all transactions in which Zaret or Betsy sold either lipstick or foundation.

Find all unique combinations of product and salesperson?s name.

Find all the top 30 sales (by units) occurring in 2005 that involved lip gloss or mascara.

Find all sales by Jen between August 10 and September 15, 2005.

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