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Part II: Harnessing the Power of Functions > Working with Math Functions

Chapter 11. Working with Math Functions

IN THIS CHAPTER

Understanding Excel's Rounding Functions

Case Study

Summing Values

The MOD() Function

Generating Random Numbers

Excel's mathematical underpinnings are revealed when you consider the long list of math-related functions that come with the program. Functions exist for basic mathematical operations such as absolute values, lowest and greatest common denominators, square roots, and sums. Plenty of high-end operations also are available for things such as matrix multiplication, multinomials, and sums of squares. Not all of Excel's math functions are useful in a business context, but a surprising number of them are. For example, operations such as rounding and generating random numbers have their business uses.


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