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# LAB 1 - Excel General Spreadsheet Use(Ch 1 pp 1 5 Formulas...

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Excel General Spreadsheet Use (Ch. 1, pp. 1 - 5) Formulas (Ch. 1, pp. 6 – 7, 15 – 22; Ch. 2, pp. 57 - 64) Excel Functions (Ch. 2, pp. 82 – 84) Cell Referencing (Ch. 1, pp. 8 – 22) Graphing (Ch. 1, pp. 23 – 32)

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ringbutton3 Always use R1C1 Nomenclature ringbutton3 To Switch to R1C1- File > Options > Formulas > R1C1 Reference Style (Check Mark) ringbutton3 Most important cell formatting functions available on Right Click Right Click is your best Friend General Spreadsheet Use
ringbutton3 Formulas always begin with an ‘=‘ sign ringbutton3 Text do not need to start with an ‘=‘ sign ringbutton3 Order of Operation: Excel Formulas () (parenthesis) ^ (power) * (multiplication), / (division) + (addition), - (subtraction)

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ringbutton3 Insert function tab ringbutton3 Trigonometric, Logarithmic, Logical, Statistical, etc. ringbutton3 Always use angles in radians when using trigonometric functions ringbutton3 Function Syntax: = Function_Name(Parameters) ringbutton3 Always begin with ‘=‘ sign ringbutton3 Always use parenthesis Excel Functions
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