10. Compute the monthly cost of gas.
Copy the formula to the appropriate cells for the other vehicles.
In cell C21, enter a formula to calculate the number of miles you expect to drive each month. Divide the value of number of miles (cell A5 from the Data sheet) by the average MPG for the vehicle multiplied by the price of a gallon of gas (cell A6 from the Data sheet).
Copy the formula to the appropriate cells for the other vehicles.
If cells D21:F21 display an error or a value of 0, display formulas and check for errors.
If you still can't find the error, try displaying the precedent arrows.
Hint: The references to the cells on the Data sheet should use absolute references. If they do not, the
formula will update incorrectly when you copy it across the row.
Compute the monthly cost of maintenance.
In cell C22, enter a formula to calculate the monthly maintenance cost: Divide cell C12 by 12.
Copy the formula to the appropriate cells for the other vehicles.
Compute the monthly cost of insurance.
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In cell C23, enter a formula to calculate the monthly insurance cost: Divide cell C14 by12. Copy the formula to the appropriate cells for the other vehicles.
Hi,
Question 10 : a Monthly cost of gas is monthly travel expected from 'Data' sheet divided by average MPG for the vehicle. this is multiplied by the cost of gas per gallon from 'Data' sheet.
Calculate monthly maintenance, insurance by dividing yearly cost by 12
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