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CS 221 Chapter 2 Excel

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In Excel: A1 = 95 A2 = 95 A3 = 80 A4 = 0 =IF(A1<A2),”T”,”F”)

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In Excel: A1 = 95 A2 = 95 A3 = 80 A4 = 0 =IF(A1<A2),”T”,”F”) 1. T 2. F CORRECT

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In Excel: A1 = 95 A2 = 95 A3 = 80 A4 = 0 =IF(AND(A3 0),”T”,”F”)

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In Excel: A1 = 95 A2 = 95 A3 = 80 A4 = 0 =IF(AND(A3 0),”T”,”F”) 1. T 2. F CORRECT

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In Excel: A1 = 95 A2 = 95 A3 = 80 A4 = 0 =IF(OR(A1<>A2,A4<=0),”T”,”F”)

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In Excel: A1 = 95 A2 = 95 A3 = 80 A4 = 0 =IF(OR(A1<>A2,A4<=0),”T”,”F”) 1. T CORRECT 2. F

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In Excel: A1 = 95 A2 = 95 A3 = 80 A4 = 0 =IF(AND(OR(A2 =A3),”T”,”F”)

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In Excel: A1 = 95 A2 = 95 A3 = 80 A4 = 0 =IF(AND(OR(A2 =A3),”T”,”F”) 1. T CORRECT 2. F

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Assuming 8000 is the population in 1970, 9000 is the population in 1978, use linear interpolation to estimate the population in 1974: 8200 8250 8400 8500 8600 8750

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Assuming 8000 is the population in 1970, 9000 is the population in 1978, use linear interpolation to estimate the population in 1974: 8200 8250 8400 8500 CORRECT 8600 8750

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Other Excel subjects to know: Variables in Excel are kept in cells, addressed by cell addresses (not names as in Matlab) Like Matlab, Excel has a built-in IF statement Excel simulates loops by multiple rows

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