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II. Relevance of Spreadsheets to Everyday Life
A. Purpose of a spreadsheet 1. Keep track of money 2. Keep up with statistics 3. Managing information 4. Analyzing information 5. Presenting information UNT in partnership with TEA, Copyright © All rights reserved.

II. Relevance of Spreadsheets to Everyday Life

II. Relevance of Spreadsheets to Everyday Life

III. Basic Formulas in Excel

III. Basic Formulas in Excel
B. Subtraction – Formula is: =cell 1-cell4 Example: =a1-a4 will subtract the value in cell a4 from the value in a1 UNT in partnership with TEA, Copyright © All rights reserved.

III. Basic Formulas in Excel
C. Multiply – Formula is: =cell 1*cell4 Example: =a1*a4 will multiply the value in cell a1 by the value in a4 UNT in partnership with TEA, Copyright © All rights reserved.

III. Basic Formulas in Excel
D. Divide – Formula is: =cell 1/cell4 Example: =a1/a4 will divide the value in cell a1 by the value in a4 UNT in partnership with TEA, Copyright © All rights reserved.

III. Basic Formulas in Excel
Relative Vs. Absolute Cell References Relative cell reference identifies the location of a cell and changes when the formula is copied and pasted to other cells. An absolute cell reference does not change. UNT in partnership with TEA, Copyright © All rights reserved.

IV. Assignment: Create a spreadsheet with formulas