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1. Days360 functions do and difference between each 2. Know nested If Statements and their syntax (be able to read/apply that logic) a. In tandem with OR criteria (one or the other argument must be true) b. And criteria (both arguments must be true) 3. What is used to separate arguments in Excel (and VBA for that matter)? 4. Know how to concatenate using either the concatenate function or & a. See examples of both and know the syntax for each 5. What is the first step we learned in class to apply conditional formatting? 6. NPER, rate, PMT functions – One of these will be tested a. Know the required arguments Cumulative Exam 2 Material – See your notes from the Exam 2 Review, HW Solutions, and relevant In-Class Lecture files for practice. 8 multiple choice and TF questions 1. Hlookup function using appropriate cell referencing (relative versus absolute) a. Know how to read and apply Hlookup function with appropriate referencing 2. Vlookup function using appropriate cell referencing (relative versus absolute) a. Know how to read and apply Vlookup function with appropriate referencing b. Know the arguments involved, such as Lookup value (what you want to lookup), table array (where the lookup function will search for the lookup value), Col_Index_Number (the column that contains the value that will be returned) 3. Sumifs function using appropriate cell referencing (relative versus absolute) a. Know the difference in arguments of Criteria ranges versus the Sum Range 4. Averageifs function using appropriate cell referencing (relative versus absolute) a. What is the difference between AverageIF and AverageIFS functions?
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