## katlin95 2 years ago which of the following formulas calculates 45% of cell E19? A. =45%E19 b. =E19*45% C. =E19^45% D. =E19^.45

1. RyanL.

You multiply each other I guess and then you are left with A as the answer.

2. katlin95

@jim_thompson5910 IS THIS RIGHT^^

3. RyanL.

4. katlin95

5. RyanL.

Why?

6. jim_thompson5910

B is the closest to what I got, I would have done =E19*0.45, but apparently excel knows how to convert 45% to 0.45

7. RyanL.

Why can't it be A?

8. jim_thompson5910

it can't be A because I get an error when I try that in excel, but different versions of excel may allow that syntax (not sure)

9. jim_thompson5910

but choice B works just fine for me

10. RyanL.

Oh gotach it's for ecel

11. RyanL.

I didn't know excel converted percent to decimal :D

12. jim_thompson5910

same here, learn something new everyday

13. Outkast3r09

I think Excel does basic functions only so it doesn't understand what .45E19 is

14. Outkast3r09

it's the same thing as to tell someone just learning math that .45x^2 is actually .45*x^2

15. Outkast3r09

i'm pretty sure it's the same thing with c++

16. katlin95

which of the following keyboard shorcuts will copy into memory the text upi have highlighted with your cursor but leave the text in the original document? A. ctrl+c B. ctrl+p C. ctrl+v D. ctrl+x do you know this @Outkast3r09

17. Outkast3r09

v

18. jim_thompson5910

hint: cntrl+c is copy, but you want cut

19. Outkast3r09

ctrl+v is copy

20. jim_thompson5910

ctrl+v is paste

21. Outkast3r09

ctrl+c is cut

22. Outkast3r09

ctrl+p is paste

23. jim_thompson5910

that would be print

24. Outkast3r09

not for my computer what the heck lol

25. katlin95

haha lol

26. Outkast3r09

it could be a program overwriting it also

27. jim_thompson5910

maybe, or you just have a very odd computer

28. Outkast3r09

yes lol cause i remember i used to play games as a kid in which you couldn't print lol

29. Outkast3r09

so it might be possibly that

30. Outkast3r09

or possibly i think i'm hitting v but i'm hitting c lol

31. Outkast3r09

it's all nature to me by now -.-

32. Outkast3r09

and Jim whiley ou're here explain how non uniform density is derived to be $p=\frac{dm}{dv}$

33. Outkast3r09

$p(r)=\frac{dm}{dv}$

34. jim_thompson5910

no idea, sry you might have better luck in physics?

35. Outkast3r09

lol isn't it calculus tho?

36. jim_thompson5910

oh idk, it's been a while for me

37. Outkast3r09

how do you think of it though? if p(r) is a given small point of mass

38. jim_thompson5910

p(r) is the density at point r? not sure

39. Outkast3r09

yes p(r) is a function for getting a small mass point in a path