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LESSON 3 Working with Formulas. When you copy a formula that contains cell references, you must then manually adjust the cell references for the new locations.

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1 LESSON 3 Working with Formulas

2 When you copy a formula that contains cell references, you must then manually adjust the cell references for the new locations. 1. True 2. False

3 A function is a predefined formula for a commonly used calculation. 1. True 2. False

4 When you enter formulas into your own Excel worksheets, you can use either uppercase or lowercase letters. 1. True 2. False

5 A formula can consist of a single cell reference. 1. True 2. False

6 Formulas use numbers, cell references, and operators to add, subtract, multiply, and divide. 1. True 2. False

7 If Excel cannot properly perform a calculation, it will display an error value in the cell where you entered the formula. 1. True 2. False

8 You can assume that the Excel AutoSum function will always pick the correct range to sum. 1. True 2. False

9 Formulas can be copied from one cell to another just like any other data, such as text or numbers. 1. True 2. False

10 The small black box you see in the corner of the active cell is called a _____. 1. Fill handle 2. Pull handle 3. Handle 4. Pull box

11 If you copy a formula containing the relative reference C8 to another cell, the reference to C8 _____. 1. Changes 2. Stays the same 3. Becomes absolute 4. None of the above

12 Cell references that change when copied are called _____ cell references. 1. Automatic 2. Absolute 3. Resolute 4. Relative

13 $B$6 is an example of a(n) _____ reference. 1. Mixed 2. Absolute 3. Relative 4. Dollar

14 To create an absolute reference, insert a(n) _____ before the column and row of the cell reference. 1. Number sign 2. Equal sign 3. Dollar sign 4. Plus sign

15 A cell reference in a formula that does not change when copied to another cell is a(n) _____ reference. 1. Abstract 2. Relative 3. Static 4. Absolute

16 The _____ function counts the number of cells containing numbers. 1. SUM 2. COUNT 3. MAX 4. AVERAGE

17 The _____ calculates the largest value in a set of numbers. 1. LARGE 2. GREATER 3. MIN 4. MAX

18 The _____ function calculates the smallest value in a set of numbers. 1. MIN 2. MAX 3. SMALLEST 4. LEAST

19 The _____ function calculates the sum of a collection of numbers. 1. TOTAL 2. AGGREGATE 3. SUM 4. COUNT

20 To calculate the total of the cells in the range A1:A100, you would insert the expression _____ into the cell. 1. SUM(A1:A100) 2. TOTAL(A1:A100) 3. =SUM(A1:A100) 4. =TOTAL(A1:A100)

21 The expression _____ returns the maximum value in the range A1:A11 and then divides the value by MAX(A1:A100)/ =MAX(A1:A100)/ MAXIMUM(A1:A100)/ =MAX(100)/(A1:A100)

22 Click the Insert Function button on the ____ to open the Insert Function dialog box. 1. Toolbar 2. Formula bar 3. Menu bar 4. Standard toolbar

23 All formulas begin with the _____ sign. 2. * 3. =

24 To see a formula after you have entered it, you must click in the cell containing the formulas and then view the formula in the _____. 1. Formula Bar 2. Status Bar 3. Formula Toolbar 4. Name Box

25 You can fill formulas _____. 1. Left 2. Right 3. Down 4. All of the above

26 The cell D5 contains the formula =$C$3 + $C$5. You copy the formula to cell M5. How will the formula in M5 read? 1. =$L$3 + $L$5 2. =L3+L5 3. =$C$3 + $C$5 4. =C3+C

27 In the following worksheet, what value would be placed in cell B10 if the COUNT function was applied?

28 Where would you click to enter a function into the selected cell? 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D

29 If the formula in cell C5 is copied to cell D5, what formula will be stored in D5? 1. =($C$3*$C$4) 2. =(D$3*$D$4) 3. =(D$3*$C$4) 4. =(D3*D4)

30 How would you correctly specify the range that has been selected in this worksheet? 1. B2:B6 2. B2-B6 3. A1:B8 4. B1-B


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