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#### Function List

ABS(variable)

Returns the absolute value of the variable.

Example:

-Enter "=ABS(-5)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 5 which is the absolute value of -5

Example:

-Enter "=ABS(-5)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 5 which is the absolute value of -5

ACOS(variable)

Returns the arccosine of the variable.

Example:

-Enter "=ACOS(1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 0 which is the arccosine of 1

Example:

-Enter "=ACOS(1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 0 which is the arccosine of 1

ASIN(variable)

Returns the arcsin of the variable.

Example:

-Enter "=ASIN(1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1.571 which is the arcsine of 1

Example:

-Enter "=ASIN(1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1.571 which is the arcsine of 1

ATAN(variable)

Returns the arctan of the variable.

Example:

-Enter "=ATAN(1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show .785 which is the arctan of 1

Example:

-Enter "=ATAN(1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show .785 which is the arctan of 1

AVERAGE(variable1,variable2,...)

Returns a number that is the average of the sum of all of the variables

Example:

-Enter "=AVERAGE(1,2,3,4,5)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 3 which is the average of (1,2,3,4,5)

Example:

-Enter "=AVERAGE(1,2,3,4,5)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 3 which is the average of (1,2,3,4,5)

CEILING(variable, multiple)

Returns variable rounded up to the nearest multiple.

Example:

-Enter "=CEILING(2.1,.2)"

-A1 will show 2.2 which is 2.2 rounded up to the nearest .2

Example:

-Enter "=CEILING(-2.1,-.2)"

-A1 will show -2.2 which is -2.2 rounded to the nearest -.2

Example:

-Enter "=CEILING(2.1,.2)"

-A1 will show 2.2 which is 2.2 rounded up to the nearest .2

Example:

-Enter "=CEILING(-2.1,-.2)"

-A1 will show -2.2 which is -2.2 rounded to the nearest -.2

COS(variable)

Returns the cosine of the variable.

Example:

-Enter "=COS(1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show .54 which is the cosine of 1

Example:

-Enter "=COS(1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show .54 which is the cosine of 1

DEGREES(variable)

Returns the value of the conversion of variable from radians to degrees.

Example:

-Enter "=DEGREES(3.1415)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 180 which is the number of degrees in 3.1415 radians

Example:

-Enter "=DEGREES(3.1415)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 180 which is the number of degrees in 3.1415 radians

EVEN(variable)

Returns the variable rounded to the nearest even integer away from 0.

Example:

-Enter "=EVEN(2.4)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 4 which is 2.4 rounded to the nearest even integer away from 0

Example:

-Enter "=EVEN(-3.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show -4 which is -3.2 rounded to the nearest even integer away from 0

Example:

-Enter "=EVEN(2.4)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 4 which is 2.4 rounded to the nearest even integer away from 0

Example:

-Enter "=EVEN(-3.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show -4 which is -3.2 rounded to the nearest even integer away from 0

EXP(variable)

Returns e to the power of the variable.

Example:

-Enter "EXP(2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 7.389 which equals e to the second power

Example:

-Enter "EXP(2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 7.389 which equals e to the second power

FACT(variable)

Returns the factorial of the variable.

Example:

-Enter "=FACT(3)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 6 which equals 3 factorial

Example:

-Enter "=FACT(3)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 6 which equals 3 factorial

FLOOR(variable,multiple)

Returns variable rounded down to the nearest multiple.

Example:

-Enter "=FLOOR(2.1,.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 2 which equals 2.1 rounded down to the nearest .2

Example:

-Enter "=FLOOR(-2.1,-.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show -2.2 which equals -2.1 rounded down to the nearest -.2

Example:

-Enter "=FLOOR(2.1,.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 2 which equals 2.1 rounded down to the nearest .2

Example:

-Enter "=FLOOR(-2.1,-.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show -2.2 which equals -2.1 rounded down to the nearest -.2

INT(variable)

Returns the variable rounded down to the nearest integer.

Example:

-Enter "=INT(3.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 3 which equals 3.2 rounded down to the nearest integer

Example:

-Enter "=INT(-3.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show -4 which equals -3.2 rounded down to the nearest integer

Example:

-Enter "=INT(3.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 3 which equals 3.2 rounded down to the nearest integer

Example:

-Enter "=INT(-3.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show -4 which equals -3.2 rounded down to the nearest integer

IS_EVEN(variable)

Returns 1 if the whole number variable is even. Returns 0 if the whole number variable is odd. (If the variable is not an integer it is rounded down to the nearest integer.)

Example:

-Enter "=ISEVEN(2.4)" into cell A1

-A1 wil show 1

Example:

-Enter "=ISEVEN(3)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 0

Example:

-Enter "=ISEVEN(2.4)" into cell A1

-A1 wil show 1

Example:

-Enter "=ISEVEN(3)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 0

IS_ODD(variable)

Returns 1 if the whole number variable is odd. Returns 0 if the whole number variable is even. (If the variable is not an integer it is rounded down to the nearest integer.)

Example:

-Enter "=ISODD(2.4)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 0

-Enter "=ISEVEN(3)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1

Example:

-Enter "=ISODD(2.4)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 0

-Enter "=ISEVEN(3)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1

LN(variable)

Returns the natural logarithm of the variable.

Example:

-Enter "=LN(12)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 2.485 which equals the natural logarithm of 12

Example:

-Enter "=LN(12)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 2.485 which equals the natural logarithm of 12

MAX(variable1,variable2,...)

Returns the max value out of the given variables.

Example:

-Enter "=MAX(2,3,4,5,9)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 9 which equals the max value out of (2,3,4,5,9)

Example:

-Enter "=MAX(2,3,4,5,9)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 9 which equals the max value out of (2,3,4,5,9)

MIN(variable1,variable2,...)

Returns the min value out of the given variables.

Example:

-Enter "=MIN(1,2,3,4,5,6)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1 which equals the min value out of (1,2,3,4,5,6)

Example:

-Enter "=MIN(1,2,3,4,5,6)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1 which equals the min value out of (1,2,3,4,5,6)

MOD(variable, divisor)

Returns the remainder after the variable has been divided by the divisor.

Example:

-Enter "=MOD(11,5)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1 which equals 11 mod 5

Example:

-Enter "=MOD(11,5)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1 which equals 11 mod 5

ODD(variable)

Returns the variable rounded to the nearest odd integer away from 0.

Example:

-Enter "=ODD(2.4)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 3 which equals 2.4 rounded to the nearest odd integer away from 0

Example:

-Enter "=ODD(-3.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show -5 which equals -3.2 rounded to the nearest odd integer away from 0

Example:

-Enter "=ODD(2.4)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 3 which equals 2.4 rounded to the nearest odd integer away from 0

Example:

-Enter "=ODD(-3.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show -5 which equals -3.2 rounded to the nearest odd integer away from 0

PI()

Returns the value of PI.

Example:

-Enter "=PI()" into cell A1

-A1 will show 3.1415 which equals PI

Example:

-Enter "=PI()" into cell A1

-A1 will show 3.1415 which equals PI

POWER(variable, power)

Returns the variable raised to the power.

Example:

-Enter "=POWER(4,3)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 64 which equals 4 to the 3rd power

Example:

-Enter "=POWER(4,3)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 64 which equals 4 to the 3rd power

PRODUCT(variable1,variable2...)

Returns the product of the variables. Variables can represent a number, a cell value or a range of cells.

Example:

-Enter "=PRODUCT(1,2,3)" into cell A1

-A1 will equal 6 which equals the product of (1,2,3)

Example:

-Enter "3" into cell A1

-Enter "4" into cell A2

-Enter "=Product(A1,A2)" into cell A3

-A3 will show 12 which equals the product of (A1,A2)

Example:

-Enter "=PRODUCT(1,2,3)" into cell A1

-A1 will equal 6 which equals the product of (1,2,3)

Example:

-Enter "3" into cell A1

-Enter "4" into cell A2

-Enter "=Product(A1,A2)" into cell A3

-A3 will show 12 which equals the product of (A1,A2)

RADIANS(variable)

Returns the value of the conversion of variable from degrees to radians.

Example:

-Enter "=RADIANS(180)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 3.1415 which equals 180 degrees in radians

Example:

-Enter "=RADIANS(180)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 3.1415 which equals 180 degrees in radians

RAND()

Returns a random number between 0 and 1

Example:

-Enter "=RAND()" into cell A1

-A1 will show a random number between 0 and 1

Example:

-Enter "=RAND()" into cell A1

-A1 will show a random number between 0 and 1

ROUND(variable, decimal_places)

Returns variable rounded to the value of decimal_places.

Example:

-Enter "=ROUND(1.12,1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1.1 which equals 1.12 rounded to 1 decimal place

Example:

-Enter "=ROUND(1.123,2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1.12 which equals 1.123 rounded to 2 decimal places

Example:

-Enter "=ROUND(1.12,1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1.1 which equals 1.12 rounded to 1 decimal place

Example:

-Enter "=ROUND(1.123,2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1.12 which equals 1.123 rounded to 2 decimal places

ROUND_UP(variable, decimal_places)

Returns variable rounded up to the value of decimal_places.

Example:

-Enter "=ROUNDUP(1.12,1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1.2 which equals 1.12 rounded up to 1 decimal place

Example:

-Enter "=ROUNDUP(1.12,1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1.2 which equals 1.12 rounded up to 1 decimal place

SIGN(variable)

Returns -1 if the variable is negative, 0 if it is 0, 1 if it is positive.

Example:

-Enter "=SIGN(15)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1 which means that 15 is positive

Example:

-Enter "=SIGN(-2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show -1 which means that -2 is positive

Example:

-Enter "=SIGN(15)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1 which means that 15 is positive

Example:

-Enter "=SIGN(-2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show -1 which means that -2 is positive

SIN(variable)

Returns the sine of the variable.

Example:

-Enter "=SIN(1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show .8415 which is the sine of 1

Example:

-Enter "=SIN(1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show .8415 which is the sine of 1

SQRT(variable)

Returns the square root of the variable.

Example:

-Enter "=SQRT(16)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 4 which is the square root of 16

Example:

-Enter "=SQRT(16)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 4 which is the square root of 16

SUM(variable1,variable2...)

Returns the sum of the variables. Variables can represent a number, a cell value or a range of cells.

Example:

-Enter "=SUM(1,2,3)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 6 which equals the sum of (1,2,3)

Example:

-Enter "3" into A1

-Enter "4" into A2

-Enter "5" into A3

-Enter "=SUM(A1:A3)" into A4

-Enter "=SUM(A1,A2,A3)" into A5

-A4 will show 12 which equals the sum of the values in A1,A2 and A3

-A5 will show 12 which equals the sum of the values in A1,A2 and A3

Example:

-Enter "=SUM(1,2,3)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 6 which equals the sum of (1,2,3)

Example:

-Enter "3" into A1

-Enter "4" into A2

-Enter "5" into A3

-Enter "=SUM(A1:A3)" into A4

-Enter "=SUM(A1,A2,A3)" into A5

-A4 will show 12 which equals the sum of the values in A1,A2 and A3

-A5 will show 12 which equals the sum of the values in A1,A2 and A3

SUMSQ(variable1, variable2,..)

Returns the sum of the squares of all of the variables.

Example:

-Enter "=SUMSQ(1,2,3)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 14 which equals the sum of 1 squared + 2 squared + 3 squared

Example:

-Enter "=SUMSQ(1,2,3)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 14 which equals the sum of 1 squared + 2 squared + 3 squared

TRUNC(variable)

Returns the variable as an integer, less all precision beyond the decimal point.

Example:

-Enter "=TRUNC(3.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 3 which equals 3.2 less all precision beyond the decimal point

-Enter "TRUNC(-3.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show -3 which equals -3.2 less all precision beyond the decimal point

Example:

-Enter "=TRUNC(3.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 3 which equals 3.2 less all precision beyond the decimal point

-Enter "TRUNC(-3.2)" into cell A1

-A1 will show -3 which equals -3.2 less all precision beyond the decimal point

TAN(variable)

Returns the tangent of the variable.

Example:

-Enter "=TAN(1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1.5574 which is the tangent of 1#### Screenshots

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Example:

-Enter "=TAN(1)" into cell A1

-A1 will show 1.5574 which is the tangent of 1

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