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Take Control of Numbers by Sharon Zardetto

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More Functions

There’s no way I can fit descriptions of every Numbers function into this book. But I’ve cherry-picked a few, in three categories (Numeric Functions just ahead, and then Statistical Functions and Reference Functions). I’ve included those that I think most people will find handy in many circumstances. I don’t go over them thoroughly, but you’ll be able to find your way starting with the information here.

I list each function with its syntax and an example of what it would look like with its arguments. Similar functions, such as ROUNDUP and ROUNDDOWN are grouped, with only one description and example if they use identical syntax.

Numeric Functions

Here’s a baker’s dozen out of Numbers’ forty-something numeric functions that you ...

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