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The project requires specific Excel functions and features, such as IF statements, Name Ranges, Grouping, Rounding, and Conditional Formatting. We add further difficulty to the project by embedding cost estimation in the overhead budget. We provide historical data for a mixed cost overhead 24 MICHELE MATHERLY AND LAURIE L. BURNEY item, such as maintenance, and introduce ambiguity by including multiple potential cost drivers to consider in the related regression analyses. As a result, teams must evaluate both simple and multiple regression models.

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