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Excel Formulas: Defining and Creating a Formula In this lesson, we introduce you to basic rules for creating formulas and using functions. We feel one of the best ways to learn is through practice, so we provide several examples and explain them in detail. The topics we will cover include: rows and columnsexample math function: SUM()operatorsoperator precedenceexample financial function: PMT(), loan paymentusing a “string” function (“string” is shorthand for “string of text”) inside a formula and nesting functions Formulas are a mixture of “functions,” “operators,” and “operands.” Before we write a few formulas, we need to create a function but before we can create a function, we first need to understand row and column notation.
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