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a. In the first cell directly under the Expenses label, calculate the total Expenses that corresponds to the number of cars rented IN THAT ROW (NumCars) using an "IF" statement as part of the formula to determine the value of Expenses for one vehicle.

b. First, use the "IF" statement to determine the single vehicle Expenses (by comparing the values in the “CarClass” column and second, edit the cell contents to multiply it by the NumCars so that the Expenses value represents the total Expenses costs for the Number of Cars (NumCars) rented that row. Expenses = NumCars * Expense per Car

c. Use the absolute cell address for the numerical Expenses value for ONE vehicle which should then be multiplied by the number of cars in each row.

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