follow instruction in file attachment:
Your submission must consist of two files:
(a) your report in a PDF format (not DOC / DOCX). In MS-Word, click the вЂњSave AsвЂк button, and then click вЂњPDF or XPSвЂк. In the File Name window, type a name for the document. The name of the file should be Lab4_Report_Your last name. For example, Lab4_Report_Smith.
Your report should consist of 3 pages: that is, one page with your analysis two Appendices (Appendix 1 and Appendix 2, one page each). Any text or charts that will appear on additional pages will not be considered.
The paper size should be 8.5вЂк x 11вЂк paper (portrait orientation).
Write YOUR NAME and вЂњLAB ASSIGNMENT # 4вЂк in the upper left-hand (or right-hand) corner
of the first page of your report.
Use any 11-12 point standard font (Times New Roman, Garamond, Verdana, Courier New, etc.); the main thing is to keep it consistent throughout the entire text. Use single line spacing. Allow one space between paragraphs. The final version of your assignment should reach the instructor in clear and grammatically correct English. Where necessary authors must ensure that their assignments have been checked for errors of English by a person with perfect command of the language.
In your report, you only need to answer the questions asked (typically labelled a, b, c, d, …). DO NOT reproduce the text of this assignment (that is, the text on these pages). DO NOT attach the data set(s), if any.
Remember that each table (graph) should have a succinct but informative title, and the table columns (graph axes) should be appropriately labeled. Your analysis/comments should be brief (up to 10 sentences).
with your original calculations and graphs. The name of the file should be
. For example, Lab4_Excel_Smith. Use Excel to do computations and to
construct tables and graphs, then transfer (i.e., copy-and-paste) your Excel tables and/or graphs into MS-Word, add your analysis, edit and format your entire report (if needed), and then save it as a PDF file.
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