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Chapter 5. Using Functions in Formulas > Anatomy of a Function

Anatomy of a Function

As shown in Figure 2 , each function has two main parts.

  • The function namedetermines what the function does.

  • The arguments determine what values or cell references the function should use in its calculation. Arguments are enclosed in parentheses and, if there's more than one, separated by commas.


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