Spreadsheet Budget and Chart Analysis

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create a budget and chart analysis for a fictitious business. Its purpose is for you to learn best practices for utilizing spreadsheet software (e.g., Excel, Google Spreadsheets, etc.). The final product will consist of two parts: a budget and a chart. The budget must detail at least four expenses (rent, utilities, etc.) and show income (sales, etc.) for at least four months. Display on a single sheet. List the months in a single row horizontally. Each expense and month should be appropriately labeled. The spreadsheet must use functions and formulas tototal, add, subtract, divide, etc. Must have a total column and total row for expenses and income. Use a function here with cell ranges. Must have a row that has a formula showing net income after expenses. Use a formula here. Include cells that show the average and also maximum total monthly expenses. Must use a function for these. Include an appropriate column chart showing only net income for each month. Must include month names on the horizontal axis and legend (Net Income). Tip: be sure to review the options under the Add Chart Element menu that appears at the top left when you are working with the chart. Each expense and month should be appropriately labeled A minimum of 4 expenses (rent, utilities, etc.) and income for four months A row that totals expense type using a function A cell that shows average expenses for all months A cell that shows maximum expenses for all months A column that totals the periods using a function A row that has a formula showing net income after expenses Create an appropriate chart showing net income for each month

Spreadsheet Budget and Chart Analysis