To create a formula, you first:

A. Select the cell you want to place the formula into

B. Type the equals sign (=) to tell Excel that you’re about to enter a formula

C. Enter the formula using any input values and the appropriate mathematical operators that make up your formula

D. Choose the new command from the file menu

Answer: Option B

Solution(By Examveda Team)

A formula always starts with an equal sign (=), which can be followed by numbers, math operators (such as a plus or minus sign), and functions, which can really expand the power of a formula.

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Comments ( 5 )

  1. Bazle Ahammed
    Bazle Ahammed :
    4 years ago

    Why it Ans B explain details

  2. Lu E
    Lu E :
    5 years ago

    must be the option a because without selecting the cell....how and where to create formula?????

  3. Prince Kumar
    Prince Kumar :
    5 years ago

    It will be A

  4. Rohit Fàüjdår
    Rohit Fàüjdår :
    6 years ago

    please provide name of book you use for this question?

  5. Rohit Fàüjdår
    Rohit Fàüjdår :
    6 years ago

    which book you prefer to take these questions

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