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Unit 2: Spreadsheets

Using Functions and Fomulas, and Constructing Templates

TermDefinition
Absolute referance cell address that does not change when copied in a formula
Argument values or cell references (included between parentheses) that a function needs to complete its calculation
Average function built-in mathematical function that determines the average of a block of cells
Fill a feature that allows the user to copy of fill data in cells adjacent to the original cell
Freeze title a method of keeping certain rows of columns visible at all times (such as headings or certain tabs)
Function built-in mathematical formula
Max Function function that returns the highest number in a range of cells
Min Funtion returns the lowest number in a range of cells
Mixed Referance cell address that adjusts either row or the column when the formula is copied
Order of operation (math hierarchy) alternative term for order of preceance
Relative referance cell address that adjusts to the row or column where a copied formula is located
What-if analysis projecting with a spreadsheet by changing the data
Created by: noah_cornog
 

 



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