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# Spreadsheets - =COUNT(X:Y a Looks at all the cells and...

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Spreadsheets Know how to write the built in functions 1. Sum can be written as =SUM(X#:Y#) 2. Average can be written as =AVERAGE(X#:Y#) 3. Max can be written as =MAX(X#:Y#) a. Finds the largest number in the range of cells 4. Min can be written as =MIN(X#:Y#) a. Finds the smallest number in the range of cells 5. Count can be written as
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Unformatted text preview: =COUNT(X#:Y#) a. Looks at all the cells and counts how many have a number in it 6. CountA can be written as a. Looks at all the cells and counts how many have something in it 7. CountIf 8. If Absolute Reference Sorting Primary vs. Secondarys Increasing vs. Decreasing Print area – prints the selected area...
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