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- 1. CALCULATION OPERATOR Prepared by: Mr. Jesus F. Obenita Jr. Teacher Benjamin B. Esguerra MNHS
- 2. TYPE OF OPERATORS 1. Arithmetic Operator 2.Comparison Operator 3.Text Concatenation Operator 4.Reference Operator
- 3. Arithmetic operators To perform basic mathematical operations such as addition, subtraction, or multiplication; combine numbers; and produce numeric results, use the following arithmetic operators.
- 4. Arithmetic operator Meaning (Example) + (plus sign) Addition (3+3) – (minus sign) Subtraction (3–1) Negation (–1) * (asterisk) Multiplication (3*3) / (forward slash) Division (3/3) % (percent sign) Percent (20%) ^ (caret) Exponentiation (3^2) Go back to previous
- 5. Comparison operators You can compare two values with the following operators. When two values are compared by using these operators, the result is a logical value either TRUE or FALSE.
- 6. Comparison operator Meaning (Example) = (equal sign) Equal to (A1=B1) > (greater than sign) Greater than (A1>B1) < (less than sign) Less than (A1<B1) >= (greater than or equal to sign) Greater than or equal to (A1>=B1) <= (less than or equal to sign) Less than or equal to (A1<=B1) <> (not equal to sign) Not equal to (A1<>B1) Go back to previous
- 7. Text concatenation operator Use the ampersand (&) to join, or concatenate, one or more text strings to produce a single piece of text.
- 8. Text operator Meaning (Example) & (ampersand) Connects, or concatenates, two values to produce one continuous text value ("North"&"wind") Go back to previous
- 9. Reference operators Combine ranges of cells for calculations with the following operators.
- 10. Reference operator Meaning (Example) : (colon) Range operator, which produces one reference to all the cells between two references, including the two references (B5:B15) , (comma) Union operator, which combines multiple references into one reference (SUM(B5:B15,D5:D15)) (space) Intersection operator, which produces on reference to cells common to the two references (B7:D7 C6:C8) Go back to previous

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