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formulas + funtions

QuestionAnswer
The equal sign The equal sign lets the software 'know' that data will be used in a calculation
Addition +
Subtraction -
Multiplication x
Division /
P emdas Parenthesis
p E mdas Exponents
pe M das Multiplication
pem D as Division
pemd A s Addition
pemda S Subtraction
Argument The range of cells to be calculated
sum shortcut for adding a range of cells
average shortcut for averaging a cell
Maximum shortcut for finding the the highest value in a range
Minimum shortcut for finding the lowest value
Cell Reference Indicates a cells location
Relative cell reference Cell value changes as the formula is copied
Absolute Cell Reference cell value remains the same when copied from one location to another
Mixed cell reference combination of an absolute and relative cell reference
Order of operations An order of witch operations are preformed
Created by: philwats6869