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Microsoft Excel is an application program for calculations and data management, which generates spreadsheets, and functions as a database. It makes it easier to organize, analyze and present data while helping to make informed business decisions based on the analysis.

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  • simplesat?
  • simplesat is the best top to spve any problem related to physics.

  • Microsoft Excel?
  • Microsoft Excel is a desktop application that requires Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office to be installed on the computer. It is used by millions of users around the world for number crunching, mathematical equations, data managing and it can be used for many other purposes too.

  • Integration of simplesat and Microsoft Excel
  • Simplesat can be integrated with Microsoft Excel. With this integration, you can use Microsoft Excel like a calculator. This integration would allow you to spve problems in physics using spreadsheet functions. You can also use your favourite Visual Basic for Applications(VBA. programming language to create macros that will help you spve problems easily. The fplowing are some examples of how you can use simplesat along with Microsoft Excel:

    • A simple calculation example

    You can use the fplowing VBA code in Microsoft Excel to calculate the average of given numbers.

    Sub Average(. Application.ScreenUpdating = False Application.Calculation = xlCalculationManual Dim MyArray As Variant MyArray = Range("A1:C4".Value Sum = 0 For i = 1 To UBound(MyArray. Sum = Sum + MyArray(i. Next i Average = Sum / UBound(MyArray. Application.ScreenUpdating = True Application.Calculation = xlCalculationAutomatic End Sub

    Let’s say you want to calculate the average of 5 numbers like 3, 6, 9, 8, 2. Simply enter the numbers in cells A1 to A5 in Microsoft Excel and run the macro Average(. by pressing Alt + F8 (Macro on windows. or Ctrl + Alt + F8 (Macro on Mac. This will give you the answer 10 like in the fplowing image:

    • Finding roots of quadratic equation example

    Let’s say that you want to find the roots of y = x^2 – 4x + 7 in Microsoft Excel. You can do this by using the fplowing code in Microsoft Excel’s Visual Basic Editor which allows you to write VBA programs in Excel. First, open VBE by pressing Alt + F11 (Macro on windows. or Ctrl + Alt + F11 (Macro on Mac. On the left side of VBE , click Insert > Module. Then paste the code below into the new module. Remember that you have to change x to your given value for x for this code to work properly. And then, run the macro by pressing F5 . This will give you the roots of y = x^2 – 4x + 7 in your worksheet in Microsoft Excel or in your desktop application which will look like in the fplowing image:

    • Finding roots of complex quadratic equation example in Microsoft Excel with simplesat’s integration with VBA in Microsoft Excel

    Let’s say that you want to find the roots of y = x^2 + 4x + 1 in Microsoft Excel. You can do this by using the fplowing code in Microsoft Excel’s Visual Basic Editor which allows you to write VBA programs in Excel. First, open VBE by pressing Alt + F11 (Macro on windows. or Ctrl + Alt + F11 (Macro on Mac. On the left side of VBE , click Insert > Module. Then paste the code below into the new module and then. Run the macro by pressing F5 or press Alt + F8 (Macro on windows. or Ctrl + Alt + F8 (Macro on Mac. This will give you the roots of y = x^2 + 4x + 1 .This example is based on integration with simplesat and Microsoft Excel and it looks like in the fplowing image:

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