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Formulas & Functions

The equal (=) sign Lets the software "know" that the data will be used in a calculation.
Order of Operations The order in which operations are performs in a formula calculation.
Sum Shortcut for adding a range of cells.
Average Shortcut for averaging a range of cells.
Maximum Shortcut for finding the highest value in a range of cells.
Minimum Shortcut for finding the lowest value in a range of cells.
Function A shortcut for a formula.
Argument The range of cells to be calculated in a function.
Cell Reference Indicates a cell's location and provides instructions for how cell data is copied or used in calculations.
Relative Cell Reference Cell value changes as the formulas is copied.
Absolute Cell Reference Cell value remains the same when copied from one location to another ($ in front of cell reference part indicates absolute cell reference)
Mixed Cell Reference Combination of an absolute and relative cell reference.
Addition +
Division /
Multiplication *
Subtraction -
Formulas Instruct the software to perform a calculation.
P Performs operations on the items enclosed in (parentheses) first.
E ^ A way to show how many times a number is multiplied by itself.
M * Multiply's numbers by each other. (from left to right)
D / Divides numbers by each other.
A + Adds numbers together. (from left to right)
S - Subtracts numbers from each other.
Created by: domipenn1462