example this is the filipino number
you will write it like this
+63 987 654 3215
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It balances the building.
Good foundations are the best way and the only way of making a structure strong enough to last through decades or even centuries.
Structures made with unproper foundations may soon collapse and won't last long.
Those that are built perfectly and completed the proper structure of a building can possibily do.
Foundations can be the best highlight for the design of the structure because designs will rely mostly on the support of the building.
spreadsheet - a table in which you can enter and manipulate data
cell - a table entry. A cell can contain:
labels e.g. Company
numbers e.g. 32.4
functions e.g. SUM(B5:B8)
formulas e.g. = 2 * 2
OR e.g. = 2 * SUM(B5:B8)
row - cells aligned horizontally. Rows are numbered 1,2,3,...
column - cells aligned vertically. Columns are labeled A,B,C,...
range - the specification for a series of cells.
A colon ":" separates the start and end cell references.
e.g. A1:A9 - part of a column
e.g. A1:K1 - part of a row
e.g. B4:D8 - a rectangle of cells
Also, you can assign a RangeName to a group of cells. This makes it much easier to reference cell(s); you can refer to them by the kind of value contained. e.g. Instead of referencing cell P32 you could reference the cell with the name Interest (or whatever you had named that cell).
More on naming ranges a bit later.
function - an operation applied to a range of cells, always beginning with an "=" sign. e.g. =SUM(A1:A5)
formula - an algebraic expression
must begin with an equal sign "="
can contain any combination of:
operators ( + - * / )
e.g. = (2 + 2) * 10
e.g. = 4 * A3
e.g. = 12 + A5 + SUM(B1:B4)
Exercise: Identify the correct answer for each of the following:
Cell C3 is : a.) label, b.) a number, c.) a formula, or d.) a function
Cell D6 is : a.) label, b.) a number, c.) a formula, or d.) a function
Cell B11 is : a.) label, b.) a number, c.) a formula, or d.) a function
The range of cells from A5 to A8 is specified by:
a.) A5 to A8, b.) A5-A8, c.) A5:A8, or d.) A5->A8
You begin a formula with:
a.) :, b.) ->, c.) =, or d.) @