Copy of Lab5_Ex1 - .. There are many uses of calculations...

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Comments Page 1 Comments - Cumulative Totals The accompanying worksheet contains simply a long row of numbers.  The aim is to create a second row which contains the cumulative (or running) total of the values  in the first row. Thus if the first few values were 210, 143, 319, 54 . .. the new row would contain  210, 353, 672, 726 .
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Unformatted text preview: .. There are many uses of calculations like this, as you will see. CumulativeData Page 2 Data: 124.93 120.43 193.25 177.00 179.01 75.80 216.70 245.40 76.38 240.38 Total: 124.93 245.36 438.61 615.61 794.62 870.42 1087.12 1332.52 1408.91 1649.29 CumulativeData Page 3 84.28 270.26 278.22 1733.57 2003.82 2282.04...
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2010 for the course CSE CSE 1520 taught by Professor Paul during the Spring '09 term at York University.

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