Monday February 8th<br /><ul><li>Copy today’s PowerPoint from the M:/ drive
M:/0209 Monday Project 3 and Review</li></li></ul><li>Today… <br />Finish up the Car Project by adding Graphs/Charts<br />Finish up any work from last week: Test 19-3, Car Project 2<br />Start reviewing for Excel test on Wednesday<br />
Using sheet 3 of your Car Project file you will insert 3 different graphs that help illustrate the data you compiled on Sheet 2
These graphs should be easy to read, attractive, stand out, and represent the data correctly.
You will have broad guidelines to follow, but for the most part it is up to you how you choose to represent the data.</li></ul>Car Project Part 3<br />
Insert 3 total charts<br /><ul><li>1.) Show a chart that uses the “models” of the cars and their prices. (i.e. Camry, not Toyota)
2.) Create a chart that shows the difference in dealerships and their average prices
3.) Create a chart that compares the dealerships with their cheapest and highest car prices</li></li></ul><li>Guidelines<br /><ul><li> Types of charts: You must use three different types of charts. (For instance: Pie, Column, Bar, Line)
Data: Make sure your chart includes the correct data required
Make sure all 3 charts fit on one page on Sheet 3 of your workbook (do a print preview!)
Chart Elements: Make sure each chart is titled, has the correct labels, and includes other elements that make it easy to understand.
Formatting: Color and style are up to you, but do your best to make the chart stand out and data easy to interpret.
When you finished, double-check that the charts all fit on one page. Add your name in the header of the page. Save, Print, and Submit.</li></li></ul><li>Double Check<br /><ul><li> 3 Types of Charts