Lecture-03.2 - Lab 1 (Chapter 1): Introduction to Excel...

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Lab 1 (Chapter 1): Introduction to Excel Demonstration Model 1 Important ideas: comments worksheet: just ext(explains what the speread sheet actually does) Summing worksheet three different types of formulas (in H6, H12, H18) changing values on a spreadsheet – everything instantly updated insert row/column – rest of spreadsheet adjusted generality of formulas – one produces wrong answer after new column inserted. (why?) functions Demonstration Model 2 Important ideas: copying formulas: (File → Down) Named Ranges in X*Y column - shape of X, Y and XY is the same - =X*Y formula does row-by-row element pair multiplication new functions: MIN, MAX, AVERAGE, MEDIAN Demonstration Model 3 Important ideas: multiple worksheets: factor out parameters to a separate sheet translating mathematical formulas into Excel formulas - what parts are cell references - what parts are constants - what parts are built-in functions - inter-worksheet cell references graphs CSE 1520 – Lecture 3.2 January 18, 2011 page 1
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Lecture-03.2 - Lab 1 (Chapter 1): Introduction to Excel...

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