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### Math485Lab1

Course: MATH 485, Fall 2009
School: Cal Poly Pomona
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485 Math Spreadsheet Lab Activity 1 Lab description: In this lab activity, we will investigate some of the basic functions when using spreadsheets. In particular, we will use the spreadsheet software Excel. It has good graphing capabilities and several valuable data analysis tools. In the scientic world (outside of mathematics) most researchers use spreadsheets as their main graphical and analytical tool. We will...

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