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Interamericana Universidad de Puerto Rico Recinto de Fajardo GEIC 1000: Literaria de la Informacin y la Computacin Prof. Madeline Ortiz Rodrguez1 Actualizacin de una libreta de cmputos en Microsoft Excel - Parte I Objetivos: 1. Aadir frmulas y funciones de: suma, resta, multiplicacin, divisin, por ciento y promedio. 2. Cambiar el formato de: texto y nmeros. Tipos de ecuaciones: A. Ecuaciones para sumar 1. A travs...

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