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ITECH1100 Understanding the Digital Revolution
Assignment 1 - Parchment Purgatory
Overview
For this individual assignment, you will use skills acquired through practical laboratory exercises to
automate a business process, and to visualize the impact of the automation.
You should use Microsoft Excel (or equivalent open-source software) for this assessment task.
Important: This assignment specification is generated just for you. Do not distribute this specification.
Timelines and Expectations
Percentage value of task: 20%
Due: Sunday, Week 6, 16:00 (See Course Description for date)
Learning Outcomes Assessed
The following course learning outcomes are assessed by completing this assessment:
A1. Prepare a basic solution to a business problem;
A2. Select appropriate IT solutions for business functions;
A3. Apply business information software for data visualization and analysis purposes.
S1. Write basic programming logic;
S3. Interpret and construct representations of business data flow and processes;
K8. Outline the basic principles of programming.
Assessment Details
Parchment Purgatory is a small second-hand book shop, run by a team of three staff members: Aiden,
Bridget, and Conrad.
For this assignment, you will complete the following set of tasks using Excel, and build an ePortfolio page to
describe your work.
Task 0 - Setting up
Create an ePortfolio page for your assignment. You will submit this page to Moodle as per the lab tasks.
You may call it whatever you like, for example ITECH1100 Assignment XXXXXXXXXX.
Hours of operation
Most of the time, each team member works separate shifts:
Aiden works 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday;
Bridget works 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM, Thursday, Friday and Saturday; and
Conrad works 12:30 PM to 5:30 PM, Monday to Friday.
The shop runs from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM each day, except Saturday when it closes at 12:30. It is closed
entirely on Sundays.
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Costs
Aiden and Bridget are the semi-retired co-owners of the bookshop, and do not take a salary.
Conrad, however, is a part-time employee, with total employment costs of $22 per hour. Conrad is also
entitled to four weeks of paid annual leave, during which a casual replacement is required at a cost of $33
per hour.
Fixed costs such as rent and insurance are $2900 per year, and utilities costs are $140 per month.
Task 1 - Costs of operating the business
Using Excel, create a spreadsheet called operating_costs.xlsx that calculates the projected annual outgoing
costs of running Parchment Purgatory.
Your spreadsheet should be configured such that the working hours, hourly rates, and fixed and utility costs
can be varied easily.
Document your findings in your ePortfolio page (approximately 100 words).
Obtaining Books
Throughout the day, customers come to Parchment Purgatory to buy books, and occasionally to sell them.
When people
ing in books to sell to Parchment Purgatory, the staff member on duty will review the books
and make an offer for each one individually.
Cu
ently, the process for determining how much the book shop will pay for a book is entirely subjective.
Staff members offer an amount per book based on the quality of the book, and how popular they think it is,
and how they are feeling at the time.
The sale amount is always simply double the amount paid and is set at the same time - if Parchment
Purgatory pays $3.00 for a book, they will put it on sale with a marked price of $6.00.
(Parchment Purgatory does not deal in rare or antique books)
For several months, staff have been keeping track of the date and time, quality, publication year and
amount paid for each book in a spreadsheet. This spreadsheet is available for download on Moodle.
Task 2 - Sales team offers
Using Excel, process the history of purchases spreadsheet and use appropriate charts to visualize:
How the prices paid differed for each staff member; and
How the prices paid have changed over time
Describe your findings in your ePortfolio (approximately 250 words), and attach the Excel file to your page.
Process automation
Aiden and Bridget want to improve the consistency of how they pay for and price books.
They'd like to standardize on three standard price offers, and have designed the following process to
determine how to allocate them, including the option of rejecting the book altogether.
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The staff have already agreed on how to determine whether a book is te
ible, poor, or good.
Bo
ok
p
u
ch
as
e
Cu
st
om
e
Book offered Done
Evaluate offe
Bo
ok
s
ho
p
Assess
quality Reject
Te
ible
Assess
publication date
Offe
low price
Poo
Good
Older than
15 years
Offer medium
price
Check is
hardcove
15 years
or newe
Pape
ack
Offer high price
Hardcove
Task 3 - Automation
Using Excel, create a spreadsheet page that automates the above process, allowing a member of the team
to enter whether the book is hardcover, its publication year, and its condition, and receive a price to offer.
Ensure that you include enough text and formatting to make your spreadsheet usable by a member of the
Parchment Purgatory team, or by a University lecturer.
Your spreadsheet should be configured such that the Low, Medium and High prices can be varied easily.
Describe how you automated the process (approx 150 words), and attach your Excel file to your ePortfolio.
Task 4 - Price setting
Using Excel and the historical data you have available, determine sets of prices which meet the objectives
of the following scenarios:
Scenario one: Total offer prices are approximately the same as for the historical data
Scenario two: Assuming all books purchased are sold, allow all staff to draw the same wage as
Conrad.
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Describe the strategy you used to find appropriate prices for each scenario (approximately 150 words).
Ensure that the Low price is less than the Medium price, and both are less than the High price.
Bonus challenge task (optional!)
Disclaimer: This task is 100% optional, and you can receive full marks without attempting or completing it.
It is intended to be a challenge if you are interested in such things, and the marks available do not reflect
the significant research and effort required to implement it co
ectly. Tutors will not provide significant
assistance for this challenge task.
Optional task 5
Reimplement Task 1 and Task 3 using either Python or HTML+JavaScript.
Write a
ief overview of how to run your solution, and attach a zip file containing your code to you
ePortfolio page.
There are no partial marks awarded for this bonus task - you must complete all features to attain the
onus marks.
It is possible to attain full marks for this assignment without completing this challenge task.
Further details
Assignment support
This assignment is supported by the first 6 lectures and labs. Work on the assignment should be spread
over several weeks after the relevant lab has been mastered.
Submission
All files should be submitted to Moodle by the due date and time. Check with your tutor as to whether a
hard copy is required in addition to the electronic submission.
Marking Criteria/Ru
ic
Refer to the attached marking guide.
Feedback
Feedback will be supplied through Moodle. Authoritative marks will be published through fdlMarks
Plagiarism
Plagiarism is the presentation of the expressed thought or work of another person as though it is one's own
without properly acknowledging that person. You must not allow other students to copy your work and must
take care to safeguard against this happening. More information about the plagiarism policy and procedure
for the university can be found at
http:
federation.edu.au/students/learning-and-study/online-help-with/plagiarism.
http:
federation.edu.au/students/learning-and-study/online-help-with/plagiarism
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Marking Guide: Assignment 1
Feature Criteria Maximum Obtained
Operating costs
Appropriate projection calculation 2
Configurable hours, rates, fixed annual and monthly
costs 2
Description of findings 1
Uses hand-calculated values (-1)
Sales team offers
Visualization of prices offered per staff member 2
Visualization of change in prices over time 2
Description of findings 1
Automation
Spreadsheet accurately models the BPMN process 4
Description of automation 1
Unclear instructions (-1)
Price setting
Appropriate Low, Medium and High prices for scenario
1 2
Appropriate Low, Medium and High prices for scenario
2 2
Description of strategy 1
Bonus optional
challenge task
Faithful reimplementation of tasks 1 and 3 using
Python or HTML+JavaScript (+2)
Total: 20
Answered Same Day Apr 28, 2020 ITECH1100

Solution

Abr Writing answered on Apr 30 2020
149 Votes
operating_costs.xlsx
Cost
                Hourly Pay        Working hours per day        Annual Working Days        Yearly Pay
        Angus        $ - 0        3.5        156        $ - 0
        Boris        $ - 0        3.5        156        $ - 0
        Connor        $ 22.00        5        240        $ 26,400.00
        Replacement        $ 33.00        5        20        $ 3,300.00
        Yearly Pay
        Rent and Insurance        $ 2,900.00
        Monthly Pay
        Utilities        $ 140.00
        Annual Operation Costs        $ 34,280.00
Report.docx
Task 1 - Costs of operating the business
         
        Hourly Pay
        Working hours per day
        Annual Working Days
        Yearly Pay
        Angus
         $ -
        3.5
        156
         $ -
        Boris
         $ -
        3.5
        156
         $ -
        Conno
         $ 22.00
        5
        240
         $ 26,400.00
        Replacement
         $ 33.00
        5
        20
         $ 3,300.00
        Yearly Pay
        Rent and Insurance
         $ 2,900.00
         
         
        Monthly Pay
        Utilities
         $ 140.00
         
         
        Annual Operation Costs
         $ 34,280.00
Angus and Boris are the semi-retired co-owners of the bookshop, and do not take a salary. Connor, however, is a part-time employee, with total employment costs of $22 per hour. Connor is also entitled to four weeks of paid annual leave, during which a casual replacement is required at a cost of $33 per hour. Therefore, Connor works for (52-4) weeks and 5 days a week. Angus and Boris works for 3 days each in a week for all around the year. The replacement of Connor works for 4 weeks and 5 days a week for $ 33. Therefore, total annual operational costs include hourly pay for the employees, rent and insurance once an year and utilities’ cost, 12 times an year or on monthly basis.
Task 2 - Sales team offers
From the graph and pie cart above, we can see that the price offered clearly depends on the condition of the book but not on the time. There is a strong variation in books’ price (offered) over time period. Ass expected the book price was highest for books in good condition than books in poor or te
ible condition. The Hard cover book are more expensive if the books are in good condition but that’s not the case with poor or te
ible condition books where pape
ack were offered more price.
Task 3 – Automation
        Price
        Reject
        0
        Low
        2
        Medium
        8
        High
        12
        Quality
        Good
        G
        Poo
        P
        Te
ible
        T
        Publication Date
        Older than 15 years
        O
        15 years or newe
        N
        Hardcover?
        Hardcove
        Y
        Pape
ack
        N
Using if and condition in excel the price were decided for different books based on wat was decided by the employees. The low price was set to $2, medium to $8 and high price to $8. On testing the system, we found:
        S.No.
        Quality
        Publication Date
        Hardcover?
        Price
        1
        T
         
         
        0
        2
        P
        O
         
        2
        3
        G
        O
         
        2
        4
        G
        N
        Y
        12
        5
        G
        N
        N
        8
Task 4 - Price setting
Scenario one: Total offer prices are approximately the same as for the historical data
         
        Price
        Offer ($)
        Mean
        2.433333333
        2.526875
        Standard E
o
        0.151853926
        0.124407491
        Median
        2
        1.5
        Mode
        2
        0.2
        Standard Deviation
        3.326952836
        2.725631571
        Sample Variance
        11.06861517
        7.429067458
        Kurtosis
        2.800257162
        0.367422704
        Skewness
        1.959089674
        1.133514344
        Range
        12
        12.5
        Minimum
        0
        0
        Maximum
        12
        12.5
        Sum
        1168
        1212.9
        Count
        480
        480
Scenario two: Assuming all books purchased are sold, allow all staff to draw the same wage as Connor.
         
        Hourly Pay
        Working hours per day
        Annual Working Days
        Yearly Pay
        Angus
         $ 22.00
        3.5
        156
         $ 12,012.00
        Boris
         $ 22.00
        3.5
        156
         $ 12,012.00
        Conno
         $ 22.00
        5
        240
         $ 26,400.00
        Replacement
         $ 33.00
        5
        20
         $ 3,300.00
        Yearly Pay
        Rent and Insurance
         $ 2,900.00
         
         
        Monthly Pay
        Utilities
         $ 140.00
         
         
        Annual Operation Costs
         $ 58,304.00
Optional task 5: Bonus challenge task
Task 1: Cost.py
import numpy as np
hourlyPay = np.a
ay([0, 0, 22, 33])
workingHours = np.a
ay([3.5, 3.5, 5, 5])
annualWorkingDays = np.a
ay([156, 156, 240, 20])
entInsurance = 2900
utilities = 140
total = rentInsurance + utilities*12 + np.sum(np.multiply(np.multiply(hourlyPay, workingHours), annualWorkingDays))
print('Annual Operational Cost: $' + str(total))
Task 3: automation.py
while True:
    quality = input('Enter Quality (T)e
ible/(P)oo
(G)ood: ')
    if quality.lower() == "t":
        
eak
    elif quality.lower() == "p":
        
eak
    elif quality.lower() == "g":
        
eak
    else:
        print('Please enter a valid input')
        
while True:
    print('Old = Older than 15 years, New = 15 years or newer')
    date = input('Enter Publication Date (O)ld/(N)ew: ')
    if date.lower() == "o":
        
eak
    elif date.lower() == "n":
        
eak
    else:
        print('Please enter a valid input')
        
while True:
    cover = input('Enter Type (H)ardcove
(P)ape
ack: ')
    if cover.lower() == "h":
        
eak
    elif cover.lower() == "p":
        
eak
    else:
        print('Please enter a valid input')
        
def price(quality, date, cover):
    low = 2
    medium = 8
    high = 12
    if quality == "t":
        return 0
    elif quality == "p":
        return low
    else:
        if date == "o":
            return low
        else:
            if cover == "p":
                return medium
            else:
                return high
print('Price: $' + str(price(quality, date, cover)))
Hardcover    Good    Poor    Te
ible    590.70000000000005    92.799999999999969    1    Pape
ack    Good    Poor    Te
ible    358.1    129.70000000000005    40.600000000000037    
Offer ($) Vs Date
Offer ($)    42915    42915    42915    42916    42916    42916    42917    42917    42917    42917    42917    42917    42919    42919    42919    42919    42919    42919    42920    42920    42920    42920    42920    42920    42920    42921    42921    42921    42921    42921    42921    42921    42921    42921    42921    42922    42922    42922    42922    42922    42922    42922    42922    42922    42922    42922    42923    42923    42923    42923    42923    42923    42923    42923    42923    42923    42923    42924    42924    42924    42924    42924    42924    42926    42926    42926    42927    42927    42927    42928    42928    42928    42929    42929    42929    42929    42929    42929    42929    42929    42930    42930    42931    42931    42933    42933    42933    42933    42934    42934    42934    42934    42934    42934    42934    42935    42935    42935    42935    42936    42936    42936    42936    42936    42936    42936    42936    42936    42936    42937    42937    42938    42938    42940    42940    42940    42940    42941    42941    42941    42941    42941    42942    42942    42942    42942    42942    42942    42942    42942    42942    42943    42943    42943    42943    42943    42943    42943    42943    42943    42944    42944    42944    42944    42944    42945    42945    42945    42947    42947    42947    42947    42947    42947    42947    42947    42947    42947    42947    42947    42948    42948    42948    42948    42948    42948    42948    42948    42948    42948    42948    42949    42949    42949    42949    42949    42949    42949    42949    42949    42949    42949    42950    42950    42950    42950    42950    42950    42950    42950    42951    42951    42951    42951    42951    42951    42951    42951    42951    42951    42951    42951    42951    42951    42952    42952    42952    42954    42954    42954    42954    42954    42954    42954    42955    42955    42955    42955    42955    42956    42956    42956    42956    42956    42957    42957    42957    42957    42957    42957    42957    42957    42958    42958    42958    42958    42958    42958    42959    42959    42959    42961    42961    42961    42961    42961    42961    42961    42961    42961    42961    42962    42962    42962    42962    42962    42962    42962    42962    42962    42962    42962    42962    42962    42962    42963    42963    42963    42964    42964    42964    42964    42964    42964    42964    42964    42965    42965    42965    42965    42965    42965    42965    42966    42966    42966    42966    42966    42966    42966    42966    42966    42968    42968    42968    42968    42968    42968    42968    42968    42968    42969    42969    42969    42969    42969    42969    42969    42969    42969    42969    42970    42970    42970    42970    42970    42970    42970    42970    42970    42970    42971    42972    42972    42972    42973    42973    42973    42975    42975    42975    42975    42975    42975    42975    42975    42975    42975    42976    42976    42976    42976    42977    42977    42977    42977    42978    42978    42978    42978    42978    42978    42978    42978    42979    42979    42979    42979    42980    42980    42980    42982    42982    42982    42982    42982    42982    42982    42983    42983    42983    42983    42983    42983    42983    42984    42984    42984    42984    42984    42984    42985    42985    42985    42985    42985    42985    42985    42985    42986    42986    42986    42986    42987    42987    42987    42987    42987    42987    42987    42987    42987    42989    42989    42990    42990    42990    42990    42990    42990    42990    42990    42990    42990    42991    42991    42991    42991    42991    42991    42991    42992    42992    42992    42992    42992    42992    42992    42992    42992    42992    42993    42993    42993    42993    42993    42993    42993    42993    42993    42993    42993    42994    42994    42994    42994    42994    42996    42996    42996    42996    42996    42996    42997    42997    42997    42997    42998    42998    42998    42998    42998    42998    42998    42998    42999    42999    42999    42999    42999    42999    42999    42999    43000    43000    43000    43000    43000    43000    43001    5.5    5    0.2    7    2    2    2.5    6.5    0.8    0.6    0.2    0.6    2    1.5    3.5    6    4    1    2    1.6    0.2    1    1.5    5    5.5    4.8    6    1    5.5    3    7    5.5    1    1.5    6    8.5    0.2    0.2    1.5    0.2    1.5    6.5    1.5    2    5.5    6.5    0.2    8    0.2    8.5    7.5    0.2    0.2    2.5    2    7    8.5    0.8    0.2    1.4    1.2    11.5    0.2    1    1.5    5.5    0.2    0.2    4.5    1.5    1.5    5.5    3.5    0.2    4.5    5.5    0.2    0.2    5.5    1.5    0.6    6.5    12.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    1.5    0.2    0.5    6    1.2    0.5    0.5    5.5    0.2    0.2    5    6.5    0.2    1.2    10.5    3    0.2    0.2    0.2    5    1.5    0.2    0.2    1.2    4.5    6.5    5.5    4.2    2.4    1    6.5    5    4.5    5    5.5    1    6    6.5    1.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    6    1.5    1.5    1.2    0.4    5.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    2    1.5    0.2    1.2    2    2.5    0.2    2.5    5.5    1.2    0.4    0.5    1.6    0.5    0    3.5    2.2000000000000002    0    4.8    2    1.5    5    0.2    3    1    4.8    1.5    1.2    0.5    7    1.5    5.5    0.2    1.5    3.2    1    7    0.5    0.6    0.5    1    1.5    0.2    5.5    1.5    1    6    0.2    1.5    2    1.5    6.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    1.6    1.4    0.2    7.5    1.4    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    2.5    10    1.2    0.6    11    2.2000000000000002    4    0.5    0.4    4.5    1.5    1.5    0.6    5    5    0.2    4.5    0    5.5    7.5    5    1    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    6    7    0.2    0.2    0.2    1.2    10    0.2    2    0.6    9.5    3    0.5    6    0.5    1.6    2.2000000000000002    1.5    1.5    4.5    0.2    1.5    0.2    5.2    0.5    1.5    0.5    0    2.5    0.2    0.2    1    1.5    6    5    0.2    2    5.5    0.2    2    0.2    0.8    0.2    0.2    2    0.2    2    3    0.4    0.2    0.2    2    2.5    2.5    1.2    0.2    8    0.2    0.2    1.8    0.2    1    9    1.2    4.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    1.5    5    6    0.5    0.6    1.5    6    7    5.5    0.2    1.5    0.2    5    3    0    2    2    5.5    5.5    6    1.5    0.2    5.5    0.2    0.2    0.5    9    5.5    0.2    0.2    6.2    0.4    4    1    1.5    1.5    1.5    5    0.2    0.2    0.5    1.6    0.5    5    1.5    7.5    1.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.4    0.2    1.5    0.2    7    0.2    0.8    0.2    9    2.5    0.2    1    0.2    1.8    2    1    6    0.2    7    1.5    0.5    1    5.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    1.5    7.5    0.2    6.5    0.2    6.5    1.5    1.6    0.8    1.4    7    3    6.5    2    7    12.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    6.5    1.4    0.2    1.4    4.5    8.5    8    0.2    7.5    6    1.5    2.8    0.4    7    0.2    6    2    0.2    0.2    1.5    1    2    0.2    0.2    1.5    0.2    1.5    5.5    0.8    7    0.2    1.5    8.5    0.2    7    0.2    7    5.5    0.2    7.5    7.5    2    0.2    0.5    2.5    0.2    0.5    0.2    7.5    0.2    1.6    1.6    1.2    3    2.6    5    0.2    0.2    0.2    6.5    1    0.5    0.2    6    4.4000000000000004    2    7    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    1.5    0.2    2    1.5    6.5    8    7    0.2    1.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    2.5    0.5    9.5    0.2    Date
Offer ($)
Automation Process vs Actual price Offered
Price    2    2    0    2    2    2    8    2    2    2    0    2    8    8    8    12    2    2    2    2    0    2    2    8    8    8    12    2    8    8    12    2    2    2    2    12    0    0    2    0    2    2    2    2    2    2    0    2    0    2    2    0    0    2    2    2    12    2    0    2    2    12    0    2    2    8    0    0    2    2    2    2    2    0    2    8    0    0    2    2    2    2    12    0    0    0    2    0    0    2    2    0    0    2    0    0    2    12    0    2    12    2    0    0    0    2    2    0    0    2    2    2    2    8    2    2    12    2    8    2    8    2    12    12    2    0    0    0    12    2    2    2    2    8    0    0    0    2    2    0    2    2    2    0    2    8    2    0    0    2    0    0    8    8    0    8    2    2    8    0    2    2    8    2    2    0    12    2    2    0    2    2    2    12    0    0    0    2    2    0    2    2    2    2    0    2    2    2    2    0    0    0    0    2    2    0    2    2    0    0    0    0    2    12    2    2    12    2    2    0    0    2    2    2    0    2    2    0    2    0    8    12    2    2    0    0    0    0    0    12    2    0    0    0    2    12    0    2    2    12    8    2    2    0    2    2    2    2    2    0    2    0    8    0    2    2    0    2    0    0    2    2    2    8    0    2    8    0    2    0    2    0    0    2    0    2    2    2    0    0    2    2    2    2    0    2    0    0    2    0    2    2    2    2    0    0    0    0    2    2    12    0    0    2    2    2    8    0    2    0    2    2    0    2    2    2    8    2    2    0    2    2    0    0    2    2    0    0    12    0    2    2    2    2    2    2    0    0    0    2    0    2    2    12    2    0    0    0    2    0    2    0    12    0    2    0    2    2    0    2    0    2    2    2    2    0    12    2    0    2    2    0    0    0    2    12    0    2    0    2    2    2    2    2    2    8    2    2    2    12    0    0    0    2    2    0    2    2    2    12    0    2    12    2    2    0    12    0    2    2    0    0    2    2    8    0    0    2    0    2    2    2    2    0    2    12    0    2    0    2    2    0    2    2    2    0    0    2    0    0    0    2    0    2    2    2    8    2    2    0    0    0    2    0    0    0    12    2    2    12    0    0    0    0    2    0    2    2    2    12    12    0    2    0    0    0    2    0    2    0    Offer ($)    5.5    5    0.2    7    2    2    2.5    6.5    0.8    0.6    0.2    0.6    2    1.5    3.5    6    4    1    2    1.6    0.2    1    1.5    5    5.5    4.8    6    1    5.5    3    7    5.5    1    1.5    6    8.5    0.2    0.2    1.5    0.2    1.5    6.5    1.5    2    5.5    6.5    0.2    8    0.2    8.5    7.5    0.2    0.2    2.5    2    7    8.5    0.8    0.2    1.4    1.2    11.5    0.2    1    1.5    5.5    0.2    0.2    4.5    1.5    1.5    5.5    3.5    0.2    4.5    5.5    0.2    0.2    5.5    1.5    0.6    6.5    12.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    1.5    0.2    0.5    6    1.2    0.5    0.5    5.5    0.2    0.2    5    6.5    0.2    1.2    10.5    3    0.2    0.2    0.2    5    1.5    0.2    0.2    1.2    4.5    6.5    5.5    4.2    2.4    1    6.5    5    4.5    5    5.5    1    6    6.5    1.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    6    1.5    1.5    1.2    0.4    5.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    2    1.5    0.2    1.2    2    2.5    0.2    2.5    5.5    1.2    0.4    0.5    1.6    0.5    0    3.5    2.2000000000000002    0    4.8    2    1.5    5    0.2    3    1    4.8    1.5    1.2    0.5    7    1.5    5.5    0.2    1.5    3.2    1    7    0.5    0.6    0.5    1    1.5    0.2    5.5    1.5    1    6    0.2    1.5    2    1.5    6.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    1.6    1.4    0.2    7.5    1.4    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    2.5    10    1.2    0.6    11    2.2000000000000002    4    0.5    0.4    4.5    1.5    1.5    0.6    5    5    0.2    4.5    0    5.5    7.5    5    1    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    6    7    0.2    0.2    0.2    1.2    10    0.2    2    0.6    9.5    3    0.5    6    0.5    1.6    2.2000000000000002    1.5    1.5    4.5    0.2    1.5    0.2    5.2    0.5    1.5    0.5    0    2.5    0.2    0.2    1    1.5    6    5    0.2    2    5.5    0.2    2    0.2    0.8    0.2    0.2    2    0.2    2    3    0.4    0.2    0.2    2    2.5    2.5    1.2    0.2    8    0.2    0.2    1.8    0.2    1    9    1.2    4.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    1.5    5    6    0.5    0.6    1.5    6    7    5.5    0.2    1.5    0.2    5    3    0    2    2    5.5    5.5    6    1.5    0.2    5.5    0.2    0.2    0.5    9    5.5    0.2    0.2    6.2    0.4    4    1    1.5    1.5    1.5    5    0.2    0.2    0.5    1.6    0.5    5    1.5    7.5    1.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.4    0.2    1.5    0.2    7    0.2    0.8    0.2    9    2.5    0.2    1    0.2    1.8    2    1    6    0.2    7    1.5    0.5    1    5.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    1.5    7.5    0.2    6.5    0.2    6.5    1.5    1.6    0.8    1.4    7    3    6.5    2    7    12.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    6.5    1.4    0.2    1.4    4.5    8.5    8    0.2    7.5    6    1.5    2.8    0.4    7    0.2    6    2    0.2    0.2    1.5    1    2    0.2    0.2    1.5    0.2    1.5    5.5    0.8    7    0.2    1.5    8.5    0.2    7    0.2    7    5.5    0.2    7.5    7.5    2    0.2    0.5    2.5    0.2    0.5    0.2    7.5    0.2    1.6    1.6    1.2    3    2.6    5    0.2    0.2    0.2    6.5    1    0.5    0.2    6    4.4000000000000004    2    7    0.2    0.2    0.2    0.2    1.5    0.2    2    1.5    6.5    8    7    0.2    1.5    0.2    0.2    0.2    2.5    0.5    9.5    0.2    
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Historical Data
        Date        Time        Condition        Published        Type        Offer ($)                                        Date        (All)
        June 29, 2017        15:26        Good        1985        Pape
ack        5.5
        June 29, 2017        16:58        Good        1982        Pape
ack        5                                        Sum of Offer ($)        Column Labels
        June 29, 2017        17:02        Te
ible        2011        Pape
ack        0.2                                        Row Labels        Hardcover        Pape
ack        Grand Total
        June 30, 2017        12:34        Good        1953        Hardcover        7                                        Good        590.7        358.1        948.8
        June 30, 2017        13:41        Poor        1993        Hardcover        2                                        Poor        92.8        129.7        222.5
        June 30, 2017        16:04        Poor        1999        Hardcover        2                                        Te
ible        1        40.6        41.6
        July 1, 2017        9:08        Good        2011        Pape
ack        2.5                                        Grand Total        684.5        528.4        1212.9
        July 1, 2017        11:26        Good        1987        Hardcover        6.5
        July 1, 2017        11:47        Poor        1982        Pape
ack        0.8
        July 1, 2017        11:54        Poor        1987        Pape
ack        0.6
        July 1, 2017        12:01        Te
ible        1989        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 1, 2017        12:27        Poor        1997        Pape
ack        0.6
        July 3, 2017        10:53        Good        2010        Pape
ack        2
        July 3, 2017        11:18        Good        2005        Pape
ack        1.5
        July 3, 2017        12:08        Good        2005        Pape
ack        3.5
        July 3, 2017        16:20        Good        2009        Hardcover        6
        July 3, 2017        16:21        Good        1977        Pape
ack        4
        July 3, 2017        17:01        Poor        1975        Pape
ack        1
        July 4, 2017        10:08        Poor        2005        Hardcover        2
        July 4, 2017        11:33        Good        1975        Pape
ack        1.6
        July 4, 2017        12:10        Te
ible        1977        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 4, 2017        16:11        Poor        1975        Pape
ack        1
        July 4, 2017        16:27        Poor        2005        Pape
ack        1.5
        July 4, 2017        16:53        Good        2012        Pape
ack        5
        July 4, 2017        16:57        Good        2010        Pape
ack        5.5
        July 5, 2017        9:28        Good        2010        Pape
ack        4.8
        July 5, 2017        11:28        Good        2013        Hardcover        6
        July 5, 2017        11:51        Poor        1996        Pape
ack        1
        July 5, 2017        12:12        Good        2009        Pape
ack        5.5
        July 5, 2017        12:14        Good        2014        Pape
ack        3
        July 5, 2017        13:54        Good        2010        Hardcover        7
        July 5, 2017        15:26        Good        2001        Pape
ack        5.5
        July 5, 2017        15:29        Poor        1997        Pape
ack        1
        July 5, 2017        15:32        Poor        1975        Pape
ack        1.5
        July 5, 2017        16:40        Good        1999        Hardcover        6
        July 6, 2017        9:18        Good        2007        Hardcover        8.5
        July 6, 2017        9:20        Te
ible        1961        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 6, 2017        12:26        Te
ible        1993        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 6, 2017        12:37        Poor        2012        Pape
ack        1.5
        July 6, 2017        12:38        Te
ible        1975        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 6, 2017        12:53        Poor        2013        Pape
ack        1.5
        July 6, 2017        13:47        Good        1997        Hardcover        6.5
        July 6, 2017        15:29        Poor        1993        Pape
ack        1.5
        July 6, 2017        15:30        Poor        2011        Hardcover        2
        July 6, 2017        16:39        Good        1961        Pape
ack        5.5
        July 6, 2017        16:55        Good        1989        Hardcover        6.5
        July 7, 2017        11:35        Te
ible        1968        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 7, 2017        12:34        Good        1997        Hardcover        8
        July 7, 2017        12:59        Te
ible        2008        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 7, 2017        13:21        Good        1997        Hardcover        8.5
        July 7, 2017        14:11        Good        2002        Hardcover        7.5
        July 7, 2017        14:49        Te
ible        1975        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 7, 2017        15:33        Te
ible        1982        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 7, 2017        15:49        Poor        2005        Hardcover        2.5
        July 7, 2017        17:11        Poor        1969        Hardcover        2
        July 7, 2017        17:17        Good        1987        Hardcover        7
        July 7, 2017        17:18        Good        2005        Hardcover        8.5
        July 8, 2017        10:01        Poor        2002        Pape
ack        0.8
        July 8, 2017        11:00        Te
ible        1989        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 8, 2017        11:06        Poor        1989        Pape
ack        1.4
        July 8, 2017        11:33        Poor        1961        Pape
ack        1.2
        July 8, 2017        11:51        Good        2008        Hardcover        11.5
        July 8, 2017        12:26        Te
ible        2009        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 10, 2017        14:06        Poor        1968        Pape
ack        1
        July 10, 2017        15:04        Poor        1996        Pape
ack        1.5
        July 10, 2017        15:35        Good        2010        Pape
ack        5.5
        July 11, 2017        15:04        Te
ible        2013        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 11, 2017        15:28        Te
ible        2001        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 11, 2017        17:20        Good        1996        Pape
ack        4.5
        July 12, 2017        13:50        Poor        2009        Pape
ack        1.5
        July 12, 2017        17:16        Poor        1993        Pape
ack        1.5
        July 12, 2017        17:27        Good        1993        Pape
ack        5.5
        July 13, 2017        10:57        Good        1993        Pape
ack        3.5
        July 13, 2017        11:38        Te
ible        1989        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 13, 2017        12:21        Good        1953        Pape
ack        4.5
        July 13, 2017        13:26        Good        2012        Pape
ack        5.5
        July 13, 2017        13:37        Te
ible        2013        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 13, 2017        15:00        Te
ible        2011        Pape
ack        0.2
        July 13, 2017        15:25        Good        1969        Pape
ack        5.5
        July 13, 2017        16:01        Poor        1993        Pape
ack        1.5
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