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Cost Sheet Generator takes the labor out of generating cost sheets for your business. Fill in the details in the “Particulars” sheet (Prime Cost, Factory Overheads, Cost of Goods Sold, etc) and click the “Cost Sheet” tab to see your cost sheet. Cost sheets are generated yearly, quarterly, monthly, and weekly.
This aptitude test is divided into four sections with 10 questions each. (i) Logical Reasoning; (ii) Mathematics; (iii) English; and (iv) Data Interpretation. Try these questions and see how you fare in each. Explanations for each question is given in the “Explanations” sheet which you can check after are done with the test.
Our NPV Calculator helps you decide whether you should embark on a particular project or not by calculating any project’s NPV. If the calculated NPV is a positive value, then the project is workable otherwise it’s not. If the NPV equals zero, then there are other factors involved and the decision moves out of the domain of this calculator.
In this Blood Sugar Monitor, you can keep tabs on our sugar level during various times of the day as is defined in the given chart. If your blood sugar level fluctuates outside the normal range that it should be in, you are told what your symptoms should be and what you should do in such a case. Use the Blood Sugar Monitor to always make sure that your blood sugar level is kept in check.
This spreadsheet uses past trends to give you a projection of how your coming performance should be. Links relative — the method used — is the value of one season expressed as a percentage of the preceding season. You can use any of the two spreadsheets here to enter either monthly or quarterly data.