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  • 1. Assignment: Grocery Shopping Project (100 points)Grocery List (50 points)Students must detail a grocery list to supply their family with groceries for one week. The grocery list must containat least fifteen different items. For each item, the grocery list must include: - The regular cost of the item. - The cost of the item using a Martin’s Value Card (or similar value card at another grocery store). - The percent of the discount offered when using the Value Card vs. paying regular price for each item. - The total percentage discount offered when using the Value Card vs. paying regular price for all items. - A summary of the nutrition label for two different items, including a proportional analysis as we did in class with the Nutrition Label. - The cost per serving of the item.Students must use the per-person budget estimated at the beginning of class along with the number of people inhis/her own family. Students should determine the cost of their groceries using the Martin’s Value Card (or similarvalue card at another grocery store). Students must show all work to receive full credit.Summary (25 points)In a one-paragraph summary, students must explain how they arrived at the weekly budget being used. Studentsshould explain the meaning of the per-person budget, as well as a hypothetical monthly grocery budget for thefamily. Students may use information provided in the Martin’s Value Card Video, but should also investigate pricesas necessary. Students may choose to any grocery store.Check/Checkbook Registry (25 points)Students must fill out a check to pay for the weekly groceries, and a hypothetical checkbook registry. Students mustshow all of their work to receive full credit.The check should be made out to the applicable grocery store. (5 points).The hypothetical checkbook registry should be filled out as follows: (20 points – 4 points per entry). - Check #1: Check for the weekly groceries. This should reflect the check you filled out to pay for your weekly groceries. - Check #2: Check for what you would have paid if you paid regular price for your groceries, instead of using the Value Card. - Check #3: Check to Electric Co. for 25% of the amount of your weekly grocery budget. - Check #4: Check to Gas Co. for half of the amount of the check to Electric Co. - Check #5: Check to Water Co. reflecting a 2:5 ratio for Amount paid to Electric Co. : Amount paid to Water Co.Extra Credit (up to 5 points available)Students may submit this project on paper for regular credit, using more than fifteen items, or completing aproportional analysis for more than two grocery items.Students may also submit this project in a creative manner. Ideas include: creating a video/podcast explaining eachpiece of information, creating a powerpoint presentation. You are not limited to these options, and I encourage youto explore whatever creative options you can imagine. Please clear all creative ideas with me.