Use spreadsheets to calculate outcomes of business decisions.
Review how to make simple math formulas.
Moishe, our hot dog stand vendor was featured in a spot on the evening news! Many more people are buying hot dogs from him, now.The problem is his cart can only hold 200 hot dogs. Hewants to expand his business, but he is unsure if he wants to buy a second cart or just charge more money.
1. Download the new, updated spreadsheet here.
2.Put the math formulas in like you did yesterday on the worksheet, notice it says “sheet 1″ and ‘Sheet 2” on a widget on the bottom, make math formulas for both sheet 1 and sheet 2.
3. There is a new column to the worksheet, column e, and it says Profit minus supplies. Moishe spends $56.75 each day for supplies. Write a math formula for this column. It would take cell d8 and subtract $56.75 to get the answer.
4. Download the worksheet here and do a reflection.
5. Print the worksheet only!Do not print the spreadsheet!