Q: What is an application you use to perform numeric calculation and to analyze and present numeric data?

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No, it is not.

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The abacus is a calculation aid. It is usually only used for addition and subtraction but experts can (with effort) perform multiplication, division, and even operations as difficult as square roots and cube roots.It is not a calculator (it only provides storage one of the numbers, the user still is doing the calculation) or a computer (which must automate calculations).

Yes you can. You can create queries that do calculations. You can write code for programs to do calculations in a database. Doing calculations is a significant element of what you do with a database, so yes you can do them within a database.

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Excel is a spreadsheet application.

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Excel is a spreadsheet application.

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A medical assistant can perform an ekg, but not analyze it.

A spreadsheet (like Excel).

Analyse is the verb and analysis is the noun.

Because many people do not understand the differencebetween a manual calculation aid, a calculator, and an automatic computer.A manual calculation aid is a manual device where the user needs to fully understand the calculation and how to manipulate the parts of the device to perform every step of the calculation. The user must perform every step of the calculation on the device himself by hand. An abacus is a manual calculation aid. A sliderule is also a manual calculation aid.A calculator is a manual device where the user needs to understand the calculation he wants to perform but the device can perform the detailed steps itself. The user must request each step of the calculation from the device by hand.A computer is an automatic device that once set up (programmed) will perform the calculation anytime it is needed, without any attention from the user and even if the user has no understanding of the problem at all (the designer of the program is the only one that had to understand the problem).

With only a numeric keypad - none. You need at least some basic operations or functions such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Many formulas can perform more than one calculation at a time. A simple example for Excel is =SUM(A1:A12,B14:B23,D6:D32) .

The function of the suites application is to create presentations and perform numerical calculations.

A formula.