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Electronic Spreadsheets 1) Spreadsheets a. “What if” Analysis a.i. Students can figure out what is needed to obtain a particular affect the outcome a.i.1. Example: a.i.1.a. If I score 135 points on the Final Exam, Ill wind up with a “B+” in CS110, but “what if” b. Values, Labels, Formals, Functions c. Order of Precedence d. Absolute vs Relative Cell Referencing e. Replication/Series f. Charts g. Sorting h. Other Spreadsheet uses h.i. Working with tables of numbers h.ii. Generating charts h.iii. Storing and analyzing data h.iii.1. Database i. Types of Input i.i. Values i.i.1. Numbers i.ii. Labels

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Unformatted text preview: i.ii.1. Text i.ii.2. Headings i.ii.3. Combo numbers/letters i.iii. Formulas/Functions i.iii.1. Always being with = sign. j. Order of Precedence j.i. Parenthesis j.ii. Exponents j.iii. Multiplication/Division j.iv. Addition/Subtraction k. Relative and Absolute References k.i. Relative addressing k.i.1. (get value relative to current cell’s position) k.ii. Absolute addressing k.ii.1. (don’t change this reference) l. Functions l.i. =sum l.ii. =AVERAGE l.iii. =MIN l.iv. =MAX l.v. =COUNT l.vi. =COUNTA l.vii. COUNTIF l.viii. =IF...
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