HI, I already finish the step on I,and you can start to do it from J.
and please follow the requirements carefully make sure you finish all the details.
Directions:
 Follow the instructions listed on the next pages.
 Enter your name on cell A1 of the worksheet.
 Submit your RecitationProject.xlsx file to Sakai using the Sakai>Test & Quizzes link by following these 3 steps after scrolling towards the bottom of the instructions page:
 Browse (select your file)
 Upload your file
 Submit your file
Instructions:
Grades spreadsheet
 Go to Sakai → CS170 Gradebook page and do the following:
 Select the Gradebook Items, Grades, Due Dates and Comments columns. Do not select the column headings, only the items and their information.
 Copy the selection by rightclicking on it and choosing the option Copy.
 Start Excel, create a Blank worksheet.
 Select the cell C3 on the worksheet and paste the information copied. Widen the C column width.
 Rename the worksheet as Grades.
 Delete column E: click on the E letter that identifies that column and then right click and select Delete (this is needed since that column came with Data format).
 Add the following entries to the list of activities on the C column (below the last activity listed): Final Exam Part 1, Final Exam Part 2and Final Exam Part 3.
 Starting on the cell E3, type the maximum number of points possible for each Gradebook Item:
 2 points for Assignment 1
 20 points for the other Assignments and the Recitation Project
 80 points each for Exams 1 and 2
 120 for the Final Exam (simply ignore it if this entry is not listed yet)
 Note: If there is an item for which you do not have a grade yet, do not enter the maximum points for it.
 On row 28 do the following:
 Enter the label “Totals” on C28
 The total points obtained will be calculated on D28. Since there might be some blank cells, an appropriate function for this cell is SUMIF.
 Arguments for SUMIF:
 range: the list of scores on the D column (including blank cells for the activities with no scores yet)
 criteria: greater than or equal to 0 (express this using Excel notation)
 sum_range: the list of scores on the D column (including blank cells for the activities with no scores yet)
 Arguments for SUMIF:
 Copy the function from D28 to E28 using the fill handle.
 On row 29:
 Enter the label “Performance” on C29.
 On D29 enter a formula to calculate your Performance % by simply dividing your total points by the total maximum points (those numbers are on row 28).
 Format your performance with Percentage style with 1 decimal.
 On G3, start a table of equivalences between % points (on the G column) and letter grades (on the H column). Use the following Grading table which is derived from the Grading section of the Syllabus (once completed the Grading table should start at G3 and end at H9.)
0%  F 
60%  D 
70%  C 
76%  C+ 
80%  B 
87%  B+ 
90%  A 
On row 30:

 Enter the label Letter Grade on C30.
 On D30 insert the VLOOKUP function to calculate the current letter grade based on your Performance % and the Grading table created on G3:H9.
 The arguments for the VLOOKUP function are:
 lookup_value: your numeric performance % (from D29).
 table_array: the table that converts percentages into letter grades which you created starting on G3.
 col_index_num: 2 (since the second column contains the letter grades).
 The arguments for the VLOOKUP function are:
 WhatIf Analysis:
 Now that you have calculated a letter grade for your current scores, you will run some simulation Scenarios to evaluate the possible effect of the Final Exam.
 The formula entered on cell D28 which currently contains SUMIF needs to be modified to process the hypothetical Final Exam scores for each of its parts.
 To process the Second Chance option, the formula on D28 needs to be expanded. Instead of just =SUMIF(…) the format will be: =SUMIF(…) + IF(…) + IF(…)

 The first IF that needs to be added – use the Formula bar to add it – will have the following arguments (use Excel notation; value_if_false does not need an entry):
 Logical_test: 2 x Score of Final Exam Part 1 > Score of Exam 1
 Value_if_true: (2 x Score of Final Exam Part 1) – Score of Exam 1
 Value_if false:
 The first IF that needs to be added – use the Formula bar to add it – will have the following arguments (use Excel notation; value_if_false does not need an entry):
At this point D28 should have the following format:
=SUMIF(…) + IF(…)
 The second IF that needs to be added will have the following arguments (use Excel notation; value_if_false does not need an entry):
 Logical_test: 2 x Score of Final Exam Part 2 > Score of Exam 2
 Value_if_true: (2 x Score of Final Exam Part 2) – Score of Exam 2
 Value_if false:
At this point D28 should have the following format:
=SUMIF(…) + IF(…) + IF(…)
 Some numbers have to be added to the rows where Final Exam Part 1, Final Exam Part 2 and Final Exam Part 3 are located.
 On the D column of those rows place some hypothetical numbers (Example: 32 on each of those three cells).
 The E column for those rows should have 40 on those cells since the maximum score for each part of the Final Exam is 40.
 At this point, the WhatIf Analysis may start. Click on D30, then on the Data tab → WhatIf Analysis → Scenario Manager.
 Proceed to create at least three Scenarios with different data for the Changing Cells (the 3 cells on the D column with the hypothetical scores for the parts of the Final Exam).
 The Result Cell when closing the Scenario Manager – by clicking the Summary button – is D30.
 After generating the Scenario Summary, save your work and submit it to Sakai → Test and Quizzes section.
 Follow these 3 steps after scrolling towards the bottom of the instructions page:
 Browse (select your file)
 Upload your file
 Submit your file
 Follow these 3 steps after scrolling towards the bottom of the instructions page:
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