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By Therese M. Donovan

Each one spreadsheet workout presents a listing of ambitions, history fabric, and annotated step-by-step directions (Windows and Macintosh) for making a version on a given subject. scholars then research how quite a few parameters have an effect on version results and, via a suite of guided questions, are challenged to improve their version extra. within the method, they turn into knowledgeable with a few of the capabilities to be had on such a lot spreadsheet courses and discover ways to write and enhance their very own macros. This name can be utilized independently because the foundation of a laboratory path, or can complement quite a few texts. procedure specifications are Microsoft Excel or different spreadsheet application.

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Your graph should resemble the one in Figure 14. Graphing each function separately reveals the shapes of their graphs. Follow the steps given in Section B2 on linear functions: Remove gridlines and label the graph and its axes. Remove background color and change all lines and data markers to black. Choose markers and line types so that different functions are clearly labeled. 00 0 2 4 6 8 Independent variable (x) 10 12 Figure 14 The graph of y = x2 resembles an exponential function but, as we will show shortly, it is not.

Copy the formula in cell A11. Select cells A12–A19. Paste. 3. In cell B10, enter a spreadsheet formula that expresses the equation shown in cell B9. In cell B10, type the formula =5+1*A10. We could omit the 1 in the equation and in the formula, but we keep it for consistency with the others. 4. Copy the formula in cell B10 down the column through cell B19. Copy the contents of cell B10. Select cells B11–B19. Paste. 5. Enter formulae for the equations shown in cells C10, D10, and E10 into cells C11, D11, and E11, respectively.

418740538 Round 8 If 8 Random height 4 H I Array function "Bin" Frequency 5 10 10 7 15 2 >15 1 20 5. Save your work. Figure 18 E. Write a macro to randomly select individuals from the population. Now we will write a macro to randomly select an individual from the population, and we will record its height in column K. We will do this for 20 samples. Remember that you generated a random number between 1 and 20 in cell E15. You also looked up this randomly selected individual’s height with the VLOOKUP function in cell G13.

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