Study Guide for Exam 2 - carries out a different operation...

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Study Guide for Exam 2 Spreadsheet: (36 points) Database: (20 points) Applications: (28 points) Matching: (16 points) Study Questions on Applications: 1. What is a spreadsheet and what does a spreadsheet allow me to do with the data stored in it? 2. What is a database and what does a database allow me to do with the data stored in it? 3. How do databases and spreadsheets differ? 4. What formulas do I use to produce results in a spreadsheet that: a. add (or multiply) two cell entries b. add (or multiply) three cell entries c. add (or multiply) a range of cell entries d. count the number of cells in a range that contain a number e. count the number of non-empty cells in a range f. count the number of empty cells in a range g. count cells in a range satisfying a certain criteria h. test to see if a certain condition in a spreadsheet cell is true or false. If the condition is true, the function carries out a specific operation. If the condition is false, the function
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Unformatted text preview: carries out a different operation. 5. How do I get $ or % printed in the cells of a spreadsheet? 6. How do I sort data in a spreadsheet ? in a database? 7. What is meant by primary key and secondary key when referring to sorting? 8. How do I determine the average, maximum, minimum of a range of values in a spreadsheet and a database? 9. What is meant by query in a database? What is the result of a query? 10. How do a create a query? What can I query about? 11. What ScarletApps are available? 12. What types of questions can I include in ScarletApps forms? How do these types differ from each other? 13. When a form is created the responses are displayed in a spreadsheet. What are the advantages of having the answers available in a spreadsheet? Questions on Privacy and Security will be taken from the study sheet for Privacy and Security available in Resources for that lecture topic....
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