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### Shangz Brown Excel Sample

1. 1. Janes Day Care AnalysisAuthor Shangz BrownCreated 5/29/2009Modified 5/31/2009Contents Income Statement Two data tables. One Variable Data Table showing the effect on net income as the number of enrolled students changed. Two Variable Table showing the effect on net income as the number of enrolled students and daily tuition fee changed. Scenario Summary Jane is curious to see the effect of new assumptions.Analysis Recommendation I recommend that Jane take on fewer children. It would reduce her expenses and increase her net income.Shangz Brown 1 Curtis
2. 2. Day Care WondersIncome StatementAssumptions Number of Children/Day 7 Average Days per Year 250 Teacher Cost / Year 26,000 Food/Child/Day \$1.25 Supplies Child/Year \$75.00Annual Revenue Tuition per Day \$50Total Rev \$87,500Annual Variable Expenses Food Expenses \$2,188 Supplies per Year 525 Teacher Cost \$52,000Total Variable Expenses \$54,713Annual Fixed Expenses Insurance 5,000 Maintenance 6,500 Administrative & Advertising 1,000 Est. Taxes 12,000Total Fixed Expenses \$24,500Summary Total Revenue 87,500 Total Expenses 79,213Net Income \$8,288Shangz Brown 2 Curtis
3. 3. Teacher:Student Ratio Required Students Teachers 1 1 7 2 13 3 19 4 Effect of Varying Number of Children on Expenses and Net Income 76 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15Expenses \$79,213 \$52,825 \$79,213 \$79,600 \$79,988 \$80,375 \$80,763 \$81,150 \$107,538 \$107,925 \$108,313Net Inc \$8,288 \$22,175 \$8,288 \$20,400 \$32,513 \$44,625 \$56,738 \$68,850 \$54,963 \$67,075 \$79,188Goal \$75,000 Effect on Net Income of Varying Fees and Number of Children FEES 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 \$35 (\$325.00) (\$17,962.50) (\$9,600.00) (\$1,237.50) \$7,125.00 \$15,487.50 \$23,850.00 \$6,212.50 \$14,575.00 \$22,937.50 \$40 \$7,175.00 (\$9,212.50) \$400.00 \$10,012.50 \$19,625.00 \$29,237.50 \$38,850.00 \$22,462.50 \$32,075.00 \$41,687.50 \$45 \$14,675.00 (\$462.50) \$10,400.00 \$21,262.50 \$32,125.00 \$42,987.50 \$53,850.00 \$38,712.50 \$49,575.00 \$60,437.50 \$50 \$22,175.00 \$8,287.50 \$20,400.00 \$32,512.50 \$44,625.00 \$56,737.50 \$68,850.00 \$54,962.50 \$67,075.00 \$79,187.50 \$55 \$29,675.00 \$17,037.50 \$30,400.00 \$43,762.50 \$57,125.00 \$70,487.50 \$83,850.00 \$71,212.50 \$84,575.00 \$97,937.50 \$60 \$37,175.00 \$25,787.50 \$40,400.00 \$55,012.50 \$69,625.00 \$84,237.50 \$98,850.00 \$87,462.50 \$102,075.00 \$116,687.50 \$65 \$44,675.00 \$34,537.50 \$50,400.00 \$66,262.50 \$82,125.00 \$97,987.50 \$113,850.00 \$103,712.50 \$119,575.00 \$135,437.50 \$70 \$52,175.00 \$43,287.50 \$60,400.00 \$77,512.50 \$94,625.00 \$111,737.50 \$128,850.00 \$119,962.50 \$137,075.00 \$154,187.50 \$75 \$59,675.00 \$52,037.50 \$70,400.00 \$88,762.50 \$107,125.00 \$125,487.50 \$143,850.00 \$136,212.50 \$154,575.00 \$172,937.50Shangz Brown 3 Curtis
4. 4. Economy 1515000 25 35 Page 4
5. 5. MidRange 826000 60 50 Page 5
6. 6. High 638000 100 100 Page 6
7. 7. Scenario Summary Current Values: Economy MidRange HighChanging Cells: Teacher_Cost___Year 26,000 15,000 26,000 38,000 Supplies_Child_Year \$75.00 \$25.00 \$60.00 \$100.00 Number_of_Children_Day 7 15 8 6 Tuition_per_Day \$50 \$35 \$50 \$100Result Cells: Total_Revenue 87,500 131,250 100,000 150,000 Total_Expenses 79,213 74,563 79,480 64,975 Net_Income \$8,288 \$56,688 \$20,520 \$85,025Notes: Current Values column represents Janes original assumptions @time Scenario Summary Report was created. Changing cells for eachscenario are highlighted in yellow.Shangz Brown 7 Curtis