Spreadsheets can help define non-linear equations from experimental data without complicated software
B.J. du Plessis, University of Pretoria
Spreadsheets have been around almost as long as personal computers. While early versions were clumsy and limited in scope, today’s spreadsheet programs can do almost anything the user wants them to do. These broadened capabilities are made...
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