EX16_XL_CH08_GRADER_CAP_AS – Job Satisfaction 1.4
Project Description:
In this project, you will use Excel to perform statistical analysis of a cross section sample of an employee satisfaction survey.
Instructions:
For the purpose of grading the project you are required to perform the following tasks:
Step 
Instructions 
Points Possible 
1 
Download and open the file named exploring_e08_grader_a1.xlsx, and then save the file as exploring_e08_grader_a1_LastFirst, replacing LastFirst with your name. 
0.000 
2 
Enter a conditional function in cell I5 to calculate average satisfaction for support staff (H5). Format the results with Number format and two decimal positions. 
6.000 
3 
Use the fill handle in cell I5 to copy the function down through the range I6:I9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions. 
3.000 
4 
Enter a function in cell J5 to calculate the average salary of all support staff (H5) in the survey. 
6.000 
5 
Use the fill handle in cell J5 to copy the function down through the range J6:J9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions. 
3.000 
6 
Enter a function in cell I12 to calculate the number of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher. 
6.000 
7 
Enter a function in cell I13 to calculate the average salary of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher. 
6.000 
8 
Adapt the process used in the previous two steps to calculate the total number and average salary of managers that have a job satisfaction of 4 or higher in cells I16 and I17. 
6.000 
9 
Enter a function in cell F4 that calculates the rank of the salary in cell D4 against the range of salaries in the data set. 
6.000 
10 
Use the fill handle to copy the function down column F. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions. 
5.000 
11 
Enter a function in cell I20 to calculate the minimum Quartile value in the list of salaries. 
6.000 
12 
Use the fill handle to complete the remaining quartile values in cell range I21:I24. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions. 
5.000 
13 
Enter a function in cell H27 to calculate the correlation of column D and E. 
12.000 
14 
Format the result as Number Format with two decimal positions. 
5.000 
15 
If necessary, display the Analysis ToolPak. Run a Data Analysis with descriptive statistics. Complete the input criteria using the salary data in the range D4:D53. Set the Output functions to display on a new worksheet. Set the output as Summary statistics. 
12.000 
16 
Name the newly created worksheet Descriptive Statistics. 
3.000 
17 
Run a Data Analysis histogram. Use the salaries in the range D4:D53 as the input range. Use the quartiles in the range I20:I24 as the bin range. Output the data in cell H29. Include a chart with the output. 
10.000 
18 
Move the Employee Satisfaction worksheet to display first in the workbook. Ensure that the worksheets are correctly named and placed in the following order in the workbook: Employee Satisfaction; Descriptive Statistics. Save the workbook. Close the workbook and then exit Excel. Submit the workbook as directed. 
0.000 

Total Points 
100.000 
EX16_XL_CH08_GRADER_CAP_AS – Job Satisfaction 1.4
Project Description:
In this project, you will use Excel to perform statistical analysis of a cross section sample of an employee satisfaction survey.
Instructions:
For the purpose of grading the project you are required to perform the following tasks:
Step 
Instructions 
Points Possible 
1 
Download and open the file named exploring_e08_grader_a1.xlsx, and then save the file as exploring_e08_grader_a1_LastFirst, replacing LastFirst with your name. 
0.000 
2 
Enter a conditional function in cell I5 to calculate average satisfaction for support staff (H5). Format the results with Number format and two decimal positions. 
6.000 
3 
Use the fill handle in cell I5 to copy the function down through the range I6:I9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions. 
3.000 
4 
Enter a function in cell J5 to calculate the average salary of all support staff (H5) in the survey. 
6.000 
5 
Use the fill handle in cell J5 to copy the function down through the range J6:J9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions. 
3.000 
6 
Enter a function in cell I12 to calculate the number of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher. 
6.000 
7 
Enter a function in cell I13 to calculate the average salary of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher. 
6.000 
8 
Adapt the process used in the previous two steps to calculate the total number and average salary of managers that have a job satisfaction of 4 or higher in cells I16 and I17. 
6.000 
9 
Enter a function in cell F4 that calculates the rank of the salary in cell D4 against the range of salaries in the data set. 
6.000 
10 
Use the fill handle to copy the function down column F. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions. 
5.000 
11 
Enter a function in cell I20 to calculate the minimum Quartile value in the list of salaries. 
6.000 
12 
Use the fill handle to complete the remaining quartile values in cell range I21:I24. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions. 
5.000 
13 
Enter a function in cell H27 to calculate the correlation of column D and E. 
12.000 
14 
Format the result as Number Format with two decimal positions. 
5.000 
15 
If necessary, display the Analysis ToolPak. Run a Data Analysis with descriptive statistics. Complete the input criteria using the salary data in the range D4:D53. Set the Output functions to display on a new worksheet. Set the output as Summary statistics. 
12.000 
16 
Name the newly created worksheet Descriptive Statistics. 
3.000 
17 
Run a Data Analysis histogram. Use the salaries in the range D4:D53 as the input range. Use the quartiles in the range I20:I24 as the bin range. Output the data in cell H29. Include a chart with the output. 
10.000 
18 
Move the Employee Satisfaction worksheet to display first in the workbook. Ensure that the worksheets are correctly named and placed in the following order in the workbook: Employee Satisfaction; Descriptive Statistics. Save the workbook. Close the workbook and then exit Excel. Submit the workbook as directed. 
0.000 

Total Points 
100.000 
EX16_XL_CH08_GRADER_CAP_AS – Job Satisfaction 1.4
Project Description:
In this project, you will use Excel to perform statistical analysis of a cross section sample of an employee satisfaction survey.
Instructions:
For the purpose of grading the project you are required to perform the following tasks:
Step 
Instructions 
Points Possible 
1 
Download and open the file named exploring_e08_grader_a1.xlsx, and then save the file as exploring_e08_grader_a1_LastFirst, replacing LastFirst with your name. 
0.000 
2 
Enter a conditional function in cell I5 to calculate average satisfaction for support staff (H5). Format the results with Number format and two decimal positions. 
6.000 
3 
Use the fill handle in cell I5 to copy the function down through the range I6:I9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions. 
3.000 
4 
Enter a function in cell J5 to calculate the average salary of all support staff (H5) in the survey. 
6.000 
5 
Use the fill handle in cell J5 to copy the function down through the range J6:J9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions. 
3.000 
6 
Enter a function in cell I12 to calculate the number of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher. 
6.000 
7 
Enter a function in cell I13 to calculate the average salary of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher. 
6.000 
8 
Adapt the process used in the previous two steps to calculate the total number and average salary of managers that have a job satisfaction of 4 or higher in cells I16 and I17. 
6.000 
9 
Enter a function in cell F4 that calculates the rank of the salary in cell D4 against the range of salaries in the data set. 
6.000 
10 
Use the fill handle to copy the function down column F. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions. 
5.000 
11 
Enter a function in cell I20 to calculate the minimum Quartile value in the list of salaries. 
6.000 
12 
Use the fill handle to complete the remaining quartile values in cell range I21:I24. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions. 
5.000 
13 
Enter a function in cell H27 to calculate the correlation of column D and E. 
12.000 
14 
Format the result as Number Format with two decimal positions. 
5.000 
15 
If necessary, display the Analysis ToolPak. Run a Data Analysis with descriptive statistics. Complete the input criteria using the salary data in the range D4:D53. Set the Output functions to display on a new worksheet. Set the output as Summary statistics. 
12.000 
16 
Name the newly created worksheet Descriptive Statistics. 
3.000 
17 
Run a Data Analysis histogram. Use the salaries in the range D4:D53 as the input range. Use the quartiles in the range I20:I24 as the bin range. Output the data in cell H29. Include a chart with the output. 
10.000 
18 
Move the Employee Satisfaction worksheet to display first in the workbook. Ensure that the worksheets are correctly named and placed in the following order in the workbook: Employee Satisfaction; Descriptive Statistics. Save the workbook. Close the workbook and then exit Excel. Submit the workbook as directed. 
0.000 

Total Points 
100.000 
EX16_XL_CH08_GRADER_CAP_AS – Job Satisfaction 1.4
EX16_XL_CH08_GRADER_CAP_AS – Job Satisfaction 1.4EX16_XL_CH08_GRADER_CAP_AS – Job Satisfaction 1.4EX16_XL_CH08_GRADER_CAP_AS – Job Satisfaction 1.4
Project Description:
Project Description: Project Description: Project Description:
In this project, you will use Excel to perform statistical analysis of a cross section sample of an employee satisfaction survey.
In this project, you will use Excel to perform statistical analysis of a cross section sample of an employee satisfaction survey.In this project, you will use Excel to perform statistical analysis of a cross section sample of an employee satisfaction survey.In this project, you will use Excel to perform statistical analysis of a cross section sample of an employee satisfaction survey.
Instructions:
Instructions: Instructions: Instructions:
For the purpose of grading the project you are required to perform the following tasks:
For the purpose of grading the project you are required to perform the following tasks:
Step 
Instructions 
Points Possible 
1 
Download and open the file named exploring_e08_grader_a1.xlsx, and then save the file as exploring_e08_grader_a1_LastFirst, replacing LastFirst with your name. 
0.000 
2 
Enter a conditional function in cell I5 to calculate average satisfaction for support staff (H5). Format the results with Number format and two decimal positions. 
6.000 
3 
Use the fill handle in cell I5 to copy the function down through the range I6:I9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions. 
3.000 
4 
Enter a function in cell J5 to calculate the average salary of all support staff (H5) in the survey. 
6.000 
5 
Use the fill handle in cell J5 to copy the function down through the range J6:J9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions. 
3.000 
6 
Enter a function in cell I12 to calculate the number of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher. 
6.000 
7 
Enter a function in cell I13 to calculate the average salary of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher. 
6.000 
8 
Adapt the process used in the previous two steps to calculate the total number and average salary of managers that have a job satisfaction of 4 or higher in cells I16 and I17. 
6.000 
9 
Enter a function in cell F4 that calculates the rank of the salary in cell D4 against the range of salaries in the data set. 
6.000 
10 
Use the fill handle to copy the function down column F. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions. 
5.000 
11 
Enter a function in cell I20 to calculate the minimum Quartile value in the list of salaries. 
6.000 
12 
Use the fill handle to complete the remaining quartile values in cell range I21:I24. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions. 
5.000 
13 
Enter a function in cell H27 to calculate the correlation of column D and E. 
12.000 
14 
Format the result as Number Format with two decimal positions. 
5.000 
15 
If necessary, display the Analysis ToolPak. Run a Data Analysis with descriptive statistics. Complete the input criteria using the salary data in the range D4:D53. Set the Output functions to display on a new worksheet. Set the output as Summary statistics. 
12.000 
16 
Name the newly created worksheet Descriptive Statistics. 
3.000 
17 
Run a Data Analysis histogram. Use the salaries in the range D4:D53 as the input range. Use the quartiles in the range I20:I24 as the bin range. Output the data in cell H29. Include a chart with the output. 
10.000 
18 
Move the Employee Satisfaction worksheet to display first in the workbook. Ensure that the worksheets are correctly named and placed in the following order in the workbook: Employee Satisfaction; Descriptive Statistics. Save the workbook. Close the workbook and then exit Excel. Submit the workbook as directed. 
0.000 

Total Points 
100.000 
Step
Instructions
Points Possible
Step
Instructions
Points Possible
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Step
StepStepStep
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InstructionsInstructionsInstructions
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Points PossiblePoints PossiblePoints Possible
1
Download and open the file named exploring_e08_grader_a1.xlsx, and then save the file as exploring_e08_grader_a1_LastFirst, replacing LastFirst with your name.
0.000
2
Enter a conditional function in cell I5 to calculate average satisfaction for support staff (H5). Format the results with Number format and two decimal positions.
6.000
3
Use the fill handle in cell I5 to copy the function down through the range I6:I9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions.
3.000
4
Enter a function in cell J5 to calculate the average salary of all support staff (H5) in the survey.
6.000
5
Use the fill handle in cell J5 to copy the function down through the range J6:J9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions.
3.000
6
Enter a function in cell I12 to calculate the number of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher.
6.000
7
Enter a function in cell I13 to calculate the average salary of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher.
6.000
8
Adapt the process used in the previous two steps to calculate the total number and average salary of managers that have a job satisfaction of 4 or higher in cells I16 and I17.
6.000
9
Enter a function in cell F4 that calculates the rank of the salary in cell D4 against the range of salaries in the data set.
6.000
10
Use the fill handle to copy the function down column F. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions.
5.000
11
Enter a function in cell I20 to calculate the minimum Quartile value in the list of salaries.
6.000
12
Use the fill handle to complete the remaining quartile values in cell range I21:I24. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions.
5.000
13
Enter a function in cell H27 to calculate the correlation of column D and E.
12.000
14
Format the result as Number Format with two decimal positions.
5.000
15
If necessary, display the Analysis ToolPak. Run a Data Analysis with descriptive statistics. Complete the input criteria using the salary data in the range D4:D53. Set the Output functions to display on a new worksheet. Set the output as Summary statistics.
12.000
16
Name the newly created worksheet Descriptive Statistics.
3.000
17
Run a Data Analysis histogram. Use the salaries in the range D4:D53 as the input range. Use the quartiles in the range I20:I24 as the bin range. Output the data in cell H29. Include a chart with the output.
10.000
18
Move the Employee Satisfaction worksheet to display first in the workbook. Ensure that the worksheets are correctly named and placed in the following order in the workbook: Employee Satisfaction; Descriptive Statistics. Save the workbook. Close the workbook and then exit Excel. Submit the workbook as directed.
0.000
Total Points
100.000
1
Download and open the file named exploring_e08_grader_a1.xlsx, and then save the file as exploring_e08_grader_a1_LastFirst, replacing LastFirst with your name.
0.000
1
1
111
Download and open the file named exploring_e08_grader_a1.xlsx, and then save the file as exploring_e08_grader_a1_LastFirst, replacing LastFirst with your name.
Download and open the file named exploring_e08_grader_a1.xlsx, and then save the file as exploring_e08_grader_a1_LastFirst, replacing LastFirst with your name.
Download and open the file named exploring_e08_grader_a1.xlsx, and then save the file as exploring_e08_grader_a1_LastFirst, replacing LastFirst with your name.
exploring_e08_grader_a1.xlsxexploring_e08_grader_a1_LastFirstLastFirst
0.000
0.000
0.000
2
Enter a conditional function in cell I5 to calculate average satisfaction for support staff (H5). Format the results with Number format and two decimal positions.
6.000
2
2
222
Enter a conditional function in cell I5 to calculate average satisfaction for support staff (H5). Format the results with Number format and two decimal positions.
Enter a conditional function in cell I5 to calculate average satisfaction for support staff (H5). Format the results with Number format and two decimal positions.
Enter a conditional function in cell I5 to calculate average satisfaction for support staff (H5). Format the results with Number format and two decimal positions.
6.000
6.000
6.000
3
Use the fill handle in cell I5 to copy the function down through the range I6:I9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions.
3.000
3
3
333
Use the fill handle in cell I5 to copy the function down through the range I6:I9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions.
Use the fill handle in cell I5 to copy the function down through the range I6:I9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions.
Use the fill handle in cell I5 to copy the function down through the range I6:I9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions.
3.000
3.000
3.000
4
Enter a function in cell J5 to calculate the average salary of all support staff (H5) in the survey.
6.000
4
4
444
Enter a function in cell J5 to calculate the average salary of all support staff (H5) in the survey.
Enter a function in cell J5 to calculate the average salary of all support staff (H5) in the survey.
Enter a function in cell J5 to calculate the average salary of all support staff (H5) in the survey.
6.000
6.000
6.000
5
Use the fill handle in cell J5 to copy the function down through the range J6:J9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions.
3.000
5
5
555
Use the fill handle in cell J5 to copy the function down through the range J6:J9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions.
Use the fill handle in cell J5 to copy the function down through the range J6:J9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions.
Use the fill handle in cell J5 to copy the function down through the range J6:J9. Be sure to use the appropriate mixed or absolute referencing before copying the functions.
3.000
3.000
3.000
6
Enter a function in cell I12 to calculate the number of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher.
6.000
6
6
666
Enter a function in cell I12 to calculate the number of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher.
Enter a function in cell I12 to calculate the number of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher.
Enter a function in cell I12 to calculate the number of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher.4
6.000
6.000
6.000
7
Enter a function in cell I13 to calculate the average salary of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher.
6.000
7
7
777
Enter a function in cell I13 to calculate the average salary of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher.
Enter a function in cell I13 to calculate the average salary of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher.
Enter a function in cell I13 to calculate the average salary of Directors in the survey that have a job satisfaction level of 4 or higher.4
6.000
6.000
6.000
8
Adapt the process used in the previous two steps to calculate the total number and average salary of managers that have a job satisfaction of 4 or higher in cells I16 and I17.
6.000
8
8
888
Adapt the process used in the previous two steps to calculate the total number and average salary of managers that have a job satisfaction of 4 or higher in cells I16 and I17.
Adapt the process used in the previous two steps to calculate the total number and average salary of managers that have a job satisfaction of 4 or higher in cells I16 and I17.
Adapt the process used in the previous two steps to calculate the total number and average salary of managers that have a job satisfaction of 4 or higher in cells I16 and I17.4
6.000
6.000
6.000
9
Enter a function in cell F4 that calculates the rank of the salary in cell D4 against the range of salaries in the data set.
6.000
9
9
999
Enter a function in cell F4 that calculates the rank of the salary in cell D4 against the range of salaries in the data set.
Enter a function in cell F4 that calculates the rank of the salary in cell D4 against the range of salaries in the data set.
Enter a function in cell F4 that calculates the rank of the salary in cell D4 against the range of salaries in the data set.
6.000
6.000
6.000
10
Use the fill handle to copy the function down column F. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions.
5.000
10
10
101010
Use the fill handle to copy the function down column F. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions.
Use the fill handle to copy the function down column F. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions.
Use the fill handle to copy the function down column F. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions.
5.000
5.000
5.000
11
Enter a function in cell I20 to calculate the minimum Quartile value in the list of salaries.
6.000
11
11
111111
Enter a function in cell I20 to calculate the minimum Quartile value in the list of salaries.
Enter a function in cell I20 to calculate the minimum Quartile value in the list of salaries.
Enter a function in cell I20 to calculate the minimum Quartile value in the list of salaries.
6.000
6.000
6.000
12
Use the fill handle to complete the remaining quartile values in cell range I21:I24. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions.
5.000
12
12
121212
Use the fill handle to complete the remaining quartile values in cell range I21:I24. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions.
Use the fill handle to complete the remaining quartile values in cell range I21:I24. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions.
Use the fill handle to complete the remaining quartile values in cell range I21:I24. Be sure to include the appropriate absolute or mixed cell references before copying the functions.
5.000
5.000
5.000
13
Enter a function in cell H27 to calculate the correlation of column D and E.
12.000
13
13
131313
Enter a function in cell H27 to calculate the correlation of column D and E.
Enter a function in cell H27 to calculate the correlation of column D and E.
Enter a function in cell H27 to calculate the correlation of column D and E.
12.000
12.000
12.000
14
Format the result as Number Format with two decimal positions.
5.000
14
14
141414
Format the result as Number Format with two decimal positions.
Format the result as Number Format with two decimal positions.
Format the result as Number Format with two decimal positions.
5.000
5.000
5.000
15
If necessary, display the Analysis ToolPak. Run a Data Analysis with descriptive statistics. Complete the input criteria using the salary data in the range D4:D53. Set the Output functions to display on a new worksheet. Set the output as Summary statistics.
12.000
15
15
151515
If necessary, display the Analysis ToolPak. Run a Data Analysis with descriptive statistics. Complete the input criteria using the salary data in the range D4:D53. Set the Output functions to display on a new worksheet. Set the output as Summary statistics.
If necessary, display the Analysis ToolPak. Run a Data Analysis with descriptive statistics. Complete the input criteria using the salary data in the range D4:D53. Set the Output functions to display on a new worksheet. Set the output as Summary statistics.
If necessary, display the Analysis ToolPak. Run a Data Analysis with descriptive statistics. Complete the input criteria using the salary data in the range D4:D53. Set the Output functions to display on a new worksheet. Set the output as Summary statistics.
12.000
12.000
12.000
16
Name the newly created worksheet Descriptive Statistics.
3.000
16
16
161616
Name the newly created worksheet Descriptive Statistics.
Name the newly created worksheet Descriptive Statistics.
Name the newly created worksheet Descriptive Statistics.Descriptive Statistics
3.000
3.000
3.000
17
Run a Data Analysis histogram. Use the salaries in the range D4:D53 as the input range. Use the quartiles in the range I20:I24 as the bin range. Output the data in cell H29. Include a chart with the output.
10.000
17
17
171717
Run a Data Analysis histogram. Use the salaries in the range D4:D53 as the input range. Use the quartiles in the range I20:I24 as the bin range. Output the data in cell H29. Include a chart with the output.
Run a Data Analysis histogram. Use the salaries in the range D4:D53 as the input range. Use the quartiles in the range I20:I24 as the bin range. Output the data in cell H29. Include a chart with the output.
Run a Data Analysis histogram. Use the salaries in the range D4:D53 as the input range. Use the quartiles in the range I20:I24 as the bin range. Output the data in cell H29. Include a chart with the output.
10.000
10.000
10.000
18
Move the Employee Satisfaction worksheet to display first in the workbook. Ensure that the worksheets are correctly named and placed in the following order in the workbook: Employee Satisfaction; Descriptive Statistics. Save the workbook. Close the workbook and then exit Excel. Submit the workbook as directed.
0.000
18
18
181818
Move the Employee Satisfaction worksheet to display first in the workbook. Ensure that the worksheets are correctly named and placed in the following order in the workbook: Employee Satisfaction; Descriptive Statistics. Save the workbook. Close the workbook and then exit Excel. Submit the workbook as directed.
Move the Employee Satisfaction worksheet to display first in the workbook. Ensure that the worksheets are correctly named and placed in the following order in the workbook: Employee Satisfaction; Descriptive Statistics. Save the workbook. Close the workbook and then exit Excel. Submit the workbook as directed.
Move the Employee Satisfaction worksheet to display first in the workbook. Ensure that the worksheets are correctly named and placed in the following order in the workbook: Employee Satisfaction; Descriptive Statistics. Save the workbook. Close the workbook and then exit Excel. Submit the workbook as directed.
0.000
0.000
0.000
Total Points
100.000
Total Points
Total Points
Total PointsTotal PointsTotal Points
100.000
100.000
100.000100.000100.000