Practical PC 7th Edition By June Jamrich Parsons Dan Oja – Test bank
Practical PC 7 Chapter 11: Working with Spreadsheets
1. You can use spreadsheets for simple or complex calculations.
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2. You place each number needed for a calculation in a block of the grid.
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3. You begin by entering a title and formulas that will identify your data.
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4. A cell reference is the column and row location of a cell.
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5. The arguments for a function are generally separated by commas and enclosed in parentheses.
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6. Most spreadsheet software includes sophisticated tools for testing worksheets.
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7. When you alter worksheet data, graphs related to that data do not automatically reflect the changes.
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8. Touch-sensitive screens can be classified as both input and output devices.
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9. Each dot of light on a computer screen is called a resolution.
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10. The speed at which pixels change color is referred to as ghost time.
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