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6/6/2011 1:09:00 PM
Excel 2010 Expert 5
By Richard Rost

The focus of this course is working with math and basic statistical functions in Excel. Topics covered include:

- More with the SUM function
- Calculating a Running Balance / Total
- The SUMIF and SUMIFS functions
- Counting Numeric, Blank, Non-Blank Cells
- Rounding Up, Down, and more
- Lots of Math (Median, Sqrt, Modulus, Random)
- Automatic Recalculation
- Basic Trigonometry in Excel
- Calculate the Height of a Building
- Lots More!

Course Link: Excel 2010 Expert 5
Keywords: excel sumif sumifs averageifs countifs counta round trigonometry random
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Is QUOTIENT the same function as INT Comment from Joe Beniacar @ 4/28/2014
 But it rounds down, while QUOTIENT removes the fractional part that would increase it above that integer...? Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
Is QUOTIENT the same function as INT Comment from Anonymous @ 4/27/2014
 Is QUOTIENT the same function as INT?Reply from Richard Rost:No. QUOTIENT returns the integer portion of a division (the opposite of MOD). INT just rounds. Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
TRUNC vs ROUNDDOWN Comment from Anonymous @ 4/27/2014
 Hi Richard, can you think of some examples (+ or -) of when TRUNC is different than ROUNDDOWN (for the same num_digits)? Could they be the same function? Thanks!Reply from Richard Rost:Aside from the fact that you can specify a number of digits with ROUNDDOWN, I don't see any difference, no. Usually you have to be careful because some functions will treat negative numbers differently, but with these two that's not the case. Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
skills tests Comment from Laurie J. @ 5/3/2013
 Do you have any sample tests where we can check our skills on these classes?Reply from Richard Rost:I used to have a whole set of tests for my older Excel 2003 lessons. I was in the process of re-writing them for 2010, but got busy with other projects. It is high on the TO-DO list. Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
Excel 2010 Expert 5 Comment from Mubeezi Micah @ 6/12/2011
 Dear Richard,I am fully satisfied with this tutorial. It is amazing how many math functions you demonstrate in just an hour. Keep it up!MICAH Show Just This Thread        Post Reply

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