Lesson 5 - using "if" statements in a spreadsheet

Lesson 5 - using "if" statements in a spreadsheet
Lesson 5 - using "if" statements in a spreadsheet
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"IF" statements can be real useful. Though I don't have it in this lesson, you can make it more interesting by having the student put student names, including theirs in the list instead of numbers. Let's say the student's name is "mary". Then the statement would be "=if(whateverCell = "mary", "me", "not me").
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Lesson 5 - using "if" statements in a spreadsheet
Lesson 5 - using "if" statements in a spreadsheet