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Excel 2 Lab: Spreadsheet Design SimNet Lessons D-F SimNet Excel 2 Appendix SimText Chapters 6-8

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Objectives Understand how the spreadsheet design  principles of accuracy and efficiency are applied  to the Spreadsheet 2 Project. Know which objective each chart type depicts  best. Become familiar with common charting pitfalls  and how to avoid them. Know what spreadsheet topics to study for  Exam 2.
Order of Operations Parentheses Multiplication and Division Addition and Subtraction

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Formula vs. Function Formula – created by you Function – keyword defined by Microsoft Functions are more flexible than formulas.
Common Functions SUM AVERAGE MIN and MAX COUNT

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Isolate Assumptions Store numbers in cells Write equations to point to cells containing  numbers
Relative, Absolute & Mixed A1 \$A\$ 1 \$A1  or  A\$1

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