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### Transcript of Microsoft Excel Chapter 4. Chapter 4 – Formula Anatomy of a formula: A basic formula consists of a... Microsoft ExcelChapter 4 Chapter 4 – Formula

Anatomy of a formula:A basic formula consists of a combination of cell references, constants and operators. Every formula begins with an equal (=) symbol. Formula can be divided into two types: (1) built-in functions or (2) Tailor-made Built-in Functions

You can simply to click the icon next to the formula box to bring out the formula dialog box. In the formulas dialog box, you can choose a function by clicking an icon. Step 1: Select the cell E2. Step 2: Click the button next to the formula box. Step 3: Choose the “SUM” in the function dialog box. Step 4: Select the cells to be summed up, e.g. (B2:D2), and then press the enter.

Built-in Function – Sum

Step 1

Step 2

Step 4 Step 1: Select the cell F2. Step 2: Click the button next to the formula box. Step 3: Choose the “AVERAGE” in the function dialog box. Step 4: Select the cells to be summed up, e.g. (B2:D2), and then press the enter.

Built-in Function – Average

Step 1

Step 2

Step 4 In-class Exercise 1:

Instructions:1.Input the data same as shown in figure 4.1 below.2. Use built-in function to calculate the Sum and Average.

Figure 4.1 In-class Exercise 2:

Instructions:1.Input the data same as shown in figure 4.2 below.2. Use built-in function to calculate the Sum and Average.

Figure 4.2 Creating Formula

To create a formula without functions:1.Select the cell that will contain the formula and type an equal sign (=).2.Construct the formula by typing constants, cell references, and operators. Press the or click the in the formula bar to complete the formula.

Enter In-class Exercise 3:

Instructions:1.Input the data same as shown in figure 4.3 below.2. Use creating formula method to calculate the Sum and Average.

Figure 4.3 In-class Exercise 4:

Instructions:1.Input the data same as shown in figure 4.4 below.2. Use creating formula method to calculate the Subtotal and Total.

Figure 4.4 In-class Exercise 5:

Instructions:1.Input the data same as shown in figure 4.5 below.2. Use creating formula method to calculate the Average weight, Average height and the BMI.

Figure 4.5 Boys

Age 9 10 11 12

Too Light Less than 14.0 Less than 14.2 Less than 14.5 Less than 14.8

Going to be too heavy

18.6 – 21.0 19.4 – 22.1 20.2 -23.2 21.0 – 24.3

Too heavy More than 21.0

More than 22.1

More than 23.2

More than 24.3

Girls

Age 9 10 11 12

Too Light Less than 13.7 Less than 14.0 Less than 14.4 Less than 14.7

Going to be too heavy

19.1 – 21.8 20.0 – 22.9 20.9 – 24.1 21.8 – 25.3

Too heavy More than 21.8

More than 22.9

More than 24.1

More than 25.3