# How to use the average function to calculate the average quarterly revenue in excel 2007?

The formula is given as =AVERAGE(number1,number2...)

However, what you put in the brackets can be numbers (1,2,3 etc.), reference cells (A1,B3 etc.) or a whole list range (A1:B3) or even a combination of them, separated by commas.

### How can you find the quarterly average revenue for my fiscal year on Microsoft Excel?

Once you have your quarterly revenue figures, you need to use the AVERAGE function to get it. Specifically how you do it will depend on how your data is arranged, like in what cells they are in. So if your 4 quarterly revenues were in A4, A7, A10 and A13, your function would be: =AVERAGE(A4, A7, A10, A13)

### How do you use the average function to calculate the average quarterly revenue for the fiscal year 2006 in Excel?

First you need to get the total for each quarter. So, for example, the first quarter revenue would be got by adding the revenue for each of January, February and March together. When you have the total for each quarter, you can add them together and divide by 4, or use the AVERAGE function. So say your totals for each quarterly revenue were in A5, A8, A11 and A14, then you could have either of…

### How do I calculate the Average Quarterly Revenue on Excel without the wizard function?

You would use the AVERAGE function. You could also use the SUM function and then divide by the amount of values, which you could find with the COUNT function. You can directly type in the functions yourself, without using a wizard to do it. You should use some functions, rather than trying to do it manually, as that will give you the correct results.

### How do you calculate quarterly revenue in Excel?

You would use the SUM function and reference the cells with the appropriate figures, which could be all the individual sales or maybe totals for the months in that quarter. So it really depends on the layout of your worksheet. In that regard, it is impossible to give you a specific formula, but the SUM function is the one you would use.

### Explain the relationship between average revenue and marginal revenue?

Average Revenue: Total revenue divided by the number of units sold. Marginal Revenue: Is the extra revenue that an additional unit of product will bring. It is the additional income from selling one more unit of a good; sometimes equal to price. It can also be described as the change in total revenue รท the change in the number of units sold. Relationship: They both are the revenue brought in by, in this case, units…

### If marginal revenue is less than average revenue will the demand curve be downward sloping?

This question reflects a fundamental misunderstanding of supply and demand. Marginal revenue and average revenue are related to a firm's cost function, and are thus connected to SUPPLY. They have nothing to do with a demand curve in classical economics, which is the marginal benefit to the CONSUMER of being in the market.

### What is the Excel formula that will calculate total revenue for a year?

The simplest way is to use the SUM function to add up the revenue for the year. The specific implementation will depend on where the values are, so it will depend on what way you have the individual revenue figures entered. There are many ways that you may have them, like with monthly totals or regional totals or totals for individual shops, amongst other ways. Say you have the revenue figures individually listed in all…

### Equation for marginal revenue and average revenue?

Marginal revenue (MR) is the incremental revenue for the last quantity sold, while average revenue (AR) is the mean revenue for all quantity sold. Mathematically: MR=dTR(Q)/dQ, e.i. MR is the first derivative of the total revenue function TR(Q) with respect to Q; while AR=TR(Q)/Q, e.i. is total revenue divided by Q. An interesting property of MR and AR is that when AR is falling, MR is less than AR; when AR is rising, MR is…

### Explain quarterly forecasting updating revenue and expense models?

Quarterly forecasting is basically an analysis of revenue and expenses to be earned or incurred in future. Revenues are best estimated with respect to product / service demand in the market. If an expert says that revenue will boom, that means profit will increase... so appropriately expenses will be more related to income...... this concept should alwaz be kept in mind in forecasting..... And also past % is to be seen and and those percents…

### In a monopoly why is the marginal revenue curve always below the demand curve?

because price and output are related by the demand function in a monopoly. it is the same thing to choose optimal price or to choose the optimal output. even though the monopolist is assumed to set price and consumers choose quantity as a function of price, we can think of the monopolist as choosing the optimal quantity it wants consumers to buy and then setting the corresponding price. OR in simpler terms Because AR (demand)…

### What is the formula to calculate average room rate?

Average room rate is the total revenue generated from all occupied rooms, divide by the number of occupied rooms (including complimentary rooms) - House use rooms. Example - The total revenue generated from a hotel room sales is = $5,000 The total rooms occupied is 50 (including complimentary rooms) The Average Room Rate = $100.00

### Meaning of average and marginal revenue?

Average revenue is the revenue per unit of the commodity sold. Average revenue and price are the same thing. It is obtained by dividing total revenue by the number of units sold by the producer. Suppose a firm's total revenue from the sale of 100 bicycles is Rs. 1,20,000,average revenue here will be, RS.12,00(1,20,000/100). Marginal revenue ia a net addition to the total revenue when one more unit of a commodity is sold. For example,suppose…