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# Tag Archives: defined names

## Alternative IP and Rotations

In response to the 3D Intersections and PView Function posts Lori Miller has sent me two very elegant alternative ways of achieving similar results. The first is an on-spreadsheet solution to the intersection of two lines, using the LinEst function: Note … Continue reading

Posted in Arrays, Charts, Charts, Coordinate Geometry, Excel
Tagged defined names, Hypecube, IP, perspective projection
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## Charting a Mathematical Function with Defined Names

This post is a compilation of information from Stephen Bullen, Jan Karel Pieterse, and George Lungu. To quote JKP “When doing mathematics, wouldn’t it be nice if we could type an equation into a cell in Excel and immediately see … Continue reading

Posted in Arrays, Charts, Excel, Maths
Tagged Chart, defined names, Excel, Lissajous Figures, plot function
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