Apple, each apple costs 20, and there are 3 of these purchased - therefore, the 4th column has
20.00 x 3 = 60.00as its value.
column 4 = column 3 x column 2in Excel lingo?
deleteor double-click on the cell and use
backspaceto delete the number.
=. In Excel, an
=starts a formula or relationship.
*in your keyboard. In coding,
*stands for multiplication, and not
=followed by cell ID of third column in first row (
D4in our above image), and then
*in the active cell. Based on our above image, it would look like
=, in your cell.
Ctrl + Z/
Cmd + Zto undo your changes.
=symbol, then select the two columns and separate the cell IDs with
=D4*C4, then second row would get
=D5*C5, third row would get
=D6*C6, and so on and so forth.
+would be troublesome, and prone to human error. What if you miss one?
sumfunction comes in handy.
sumfunction and provide it range, it’d process the numbers and return the value adding up these numbers.
=, then type
SUM(yes, all capitalized, but when you type it in, you can use lower-case, Excel would pick it up) function does.
StartID:EndID. For example,
sum(F7:F4), the order doesn’t matter.
Returnon your keyboard after you’ve entered the formula.
=starts a formula or function in Excel, where you can refer to other cells, and describe a relationship.
*stands for multiplication. And not