Use Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel to produce this document. Minus the directions, your document should resemble this document. Format the Microsoft Word document with one inch margins. Use Georgia or Garamond for your paragraph text font. Type the following lines using center text alignment and italics font style:

Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up.
It knows it must outrun the fastest lion or it will be killed.
Every morning in Africa, a lion wakes up.
It knows that it must run faster than the slowest gazelle, or it will starve.
It doesn't matter whether you're a lion or a gazelle
when the sun comes up you'd better be running.

Insert the picture shown from http://www.comfsm.fm/~dleeling/ca/campus.jpg adjusting the picture and formatting it to match the layout above.

Create the following bulleted list. The bullet comes from the font family Wingdings. If you cannot determine how to get this bullet, at least create a bulleted list with the default bullet:

Uncle Bob's Coffee Recipe

• One cup of coffee

• Two spoons of coffee mate

• Three spoons of sugar

Create the following data table using Excel. Create the chart seen below the table using an Excel XY scatter graph of the data in the table. When working on the chart, include the best fit trend line and the equation of the best fit line on the chart. Copy the table and chart into your Word document.

 Location Time/min Dist/km Piyuul 0 0 Malem River Bridge 12 1.8 Pole C145 bridge 20 3.1 Malem River Bridge 29 4.4 Piyuul 40 6.2

"It's the road signs, 'Beware of lions.'"
Kip Lagat, Kenyan distance runner, during the Sydney Olympics, explaining why his country produces so many great runners

1. What program produces the smallest file size for documents comprised of only text?

2. Use the calculator program to determine the square root of 361.

3. List the operators that can be used in an Excel expression.

4. Write a formula that would concatenate the words sun and sky.

5. Give an example of a conditional in Excel.

6. What is the function of a \$ sign in a cell address in data range in Excel (example: =B2/B\$6)

7. Why would we usually put the last name and first name in different columns in Excel?

8. Write a function that would check if cell A2 is greater than 60 and if true displays "Pass" and if false displays "repeat".

9. What function did we use to determine the day of the week on which we were born?

10. What day (not date!) of the week were you born?