A rule or principle expressed in algebraic language; as, the binominal formula.
A symbolic expression (by means of letters, figures, etc.) of the constituents or constitution of a compound.
A type of information that can be entered into a spreadsheet cell. It is a mathematical equation consisting of numbers, other cell designators, and symbols for mathematical operations. the result of the formula is displayed in the cell that holds the formula. (SpSht, Gr. 6)
string Simple Textual representation or description of the formula used in calculation. The descriptive fields imply the basic formula "multiplier*benchmark + rateSpread". NOTE: The formula will be revised to permit more complicated calculations (similar to a "when" clause).
An equation that states a rule or a fact.
a rule by which a calculation is performed.
A symbol, e.g. H O, used to denote the relative amounts of elements in a pure substance.
Arthmetic equation with symbols(+-*/) for mathematical operations: A3+B3-C3*4
( mathematics) A statement, especially an equation, of a fact, rule, principle, or other logical relation.
A formula is typically used to evaluate the oxide content of fired glazes and glasses. Each value in a formula represents a number of oxide molecules and formulas are typically unified on the fluxes. Formulas do not usually show LOI because they are used to model the fired product and predict properties based on oxide content. A formula can be converted to an analysis by multiplying each oxide amount by the molecular weight of that oxide and then calculating percents.
A shorthand way of showing the composition of a substance with the use of symbols and numerical subscripts.
In a spreadsheet program, a cell definition that defines the relationship between two or more values.
a standard or accepted way of doing or making something, or a mathematical expression in a set of numbers and symbols. meteorology
A sequence of values, cell references and operators used to produce a new value from existing cells.
A rule that describes the relationship of two or more variables. An equation stating the rule.
An equation that provides values for variables or parameters.
any identity, general rule or mathematical law. Plural: formulae.
an equation that shows how one quantity is related to one or more other quantities
A rule or principle expressed in algebraic symbols; as Newton's second law of motion encoded as a set of nine formulas called partial differential equations.
a group of symbols that make a mathematical statement
a conventionalized statement expressing some fundamental principle
a representation of a substance using symbols for its constituent elements
(mathematics) a standard procedure for solving a class of mathematical problems; "he determined the upper bound with Descartes' rule of signs"; "he gave us a general formula for attacking polynomials"
a calculation that uses numbers, cell references , and functions to derive a result
a compact mathematical summary of how quantities are related
a concise way of expressing information symbolically (as in a mathematical or chemical Fermula ) or a generalrelationship between quantities
a description of how to use math to calculate something from data you have collected
a general fact, rule, or principle expressed in algebraic symbols
a general rule and when it is applied to a specific case, it is translated into an equation
a lot easier to deal with mathematically than is a toy program
a mathematical equation which calculates the value for that cell
a mathematical expression that refers to cells in other parts of the spreadsheet
a mathematical statement that indicates the mathematical relationship among several different values
an entry that performs calculations
an equation based on constants and cell values that evaluates to a number, or occasionally to a string
an equation designed to produce specific data for your report
an equation that analyzes data on a worksheet
an equation that contains
an equation that involves two or more variables that have a
an equation that involves two or morevariables that havea specific relationship with each other
an equation that you can calculate the exiting values
an equation which has an algebraic expression on one side of the equal sign and the quantity to be determined on the other
an expression following CycL syntax
an expression in a formal language that makes some declarative statement about the world
an instruction to perform a calculation
an instruction to perform a specific operation on one or more other cells
an instruction to the program to calculate a number
an operator expression, e
a piece of data in a spreadsheet cell that performs a given calculation
a recipe that lets you make calculations in Excel based on any number of factors
a sentence expressed symbolically showing the mathematical relationships among variables
a sentential expression in a formal language
a set of instructions that are used to calculate information you can't get directly from the database
a set of mathematical instructions that use cell references and operators to answer a question about data stored in
a simple arithmetic expression, using numbers or cell references
a simple mathematical operation that you can perform on the contents of a cell such as addition, subtraction, multiplication or division
a single symbol or a group of symbols that represents a substance
a special type of literal equation
a symbolic statement of the actions you want to perform on data before it is displayed on your report
a symbolic statement of the manipulations you want performed on certain data before it is printed on your report
a worksheet instruction that performs a calculation
a workspace schema object representing a calculation
An equation that states a fact or rule (e.g., A
An XPath expression that consists of values, fields or groups, functions, and operators. Formulas can be used to calculate mathematical values, display dates and times, and reference fields.
An equation which takes the input of two or more cells and place the output in another. This can be as simple as adding two cells together and giving the answer, or as complex as working through thousands of individual cells to calculate a company's accounts.
An expression that calculates something, usually based on the values in cells. The formula = SUM(A1, B1, C1) adds the values in the three cells. The formula =D2/G4 divides the values in cell D2 by the value in cell G4.
an expression for; an equation the formula for potential energy is mgh He used the formula E=mc^2
A mathematical relationship between initial and final tariffs. A formula frequently contains one or more parameters, each of which must be given a numerical value in order to use the formula.
The method by which funds for school budgets are calculated. The most important factor is the number of pupils.
Used to calculate values in other cells. Cells containing formulas begin with an equal sign followed by arithmetic operators, values, cell addresses and cell names.
The way in which interest rates are calculated on Adjustable Rate Mortgages. Add the margin to the index to get the interest rate.
A listing of ingredients in fixed proportion, usually expressed in percentages.
Mathematical equations that display as ERR, DIV/0 or N/A.
contains a mathematical or chemical formula, optionally presented in some non-SGML notation. The notation is used to name the non-SGML notation used to transcribe the formula.
Formulas are equations that perform calculations on values in your worksheet. A formula starts with an equal sign (=). For example, the following formula multiplies 2 by 3 and then adds 5 to the result: =5+2*3.
An equation that states a general fact or rule by using variables.
A sequence of values, cell references, names, functions, or operators that produces a new value from existing values. A formula always begins with an equal sign (=).
Calculations you enter in a worksheet.
A general fact or principle that is expressed mathematically.
An equation that performs operations on worksheet data
We're not talking about baby food here. In real estate lingo, the formula is how you calculate interest rates for adjustable-rate mortgages. Add the margin to the index to get the interest rate (margin + index interest rate).
An equation or expression. In a spreadsheet the formula defines how one cell relates to other cells in the spreadsheet.
A numerical or logical relation or function added to a cell that expresses a relationship between other cell values and changes its value if they do.
A formula shows a mathematical relationship between expressions. 40
A virtual hypercube. The values are often calculated on the fly, and not stored in the database.
an equation inputted to a cell on a spreadsheet to perform a mathematical calculation of a row or a column.
The scientific expression of the chemical composition of a material (e.g., water is H2O, sulfuric acid is H2SO4, sulfur dioxide is SO2).
A formula is a combination of symbols that indicates the chemical composition of a substance. Useful products from oil
The mathematical set of directions used in arriving at a figure for calculating rights and entitlements.
a combination of values or cell references and mathematical operators (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division)
Under the Advisory Guidelines, the specific method of calculating the amount and duration of spousal support for a category of cases, including the percentages of income to be shared. ( See also with child support formula and without child support formula.)
a mathematical statement that describles the relationship among numbers or variables.
A type of workspace object that represents a stored calculation, expression, or procedure that produces a value. A formula provides a way to define and save complex or frequently used relationships within the data without storing the result set. Each time you query a formula, the OLAP engine performs the calculation or procedure that is required to produce the value.
the mathematical series of numbers and instructions that create the fractal. There are an infinite amount of formulae.
A mathematical function used by a program to derive an answer.
A simple way to display mathematical actions. Sometimes variables are involved. Formulas are also used in science to describe mathematical functions. A mathematical statement, equation, or rule that shows a relationship between two or more quantities. Examples: P=3s (perimeter of an equilateral triangle). D=rt (distance=rate over an amount of time).
In real estate lingo, the formula is how you calculate interest rates for adjustable-rate mortgages. Add the margin to the index to get the interest rate (margin + index = interest rate). Related Glossary Terms: adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM)
A formula is made up of mathematical symbols such as +,-,*,/ together with references to the cells the formula uses. Ready made formulae can be found in most spreadsheet software, such as finding the sum or average of a column.
A formula is an expression following certain rules of syntax – in the case of i-net Designer XML, either Basic Syntax or Crystal Syntax – which can be evaluated to a value which must have the same data type expected by i-net Designer XML – this could be a Boolean, a Number, or any other data type, depending on the context which the formula is in. For example, a formula defining whether or not to suppress an object must be able to be evaluated to either true or false – a number would not be able to tell i-net Designer XML whether or not to suppress an object.
Group of symbols that performs calculations on data in a worksheet and displays the resulting value in a cell. 3.12
A formula is a combination of symbols that indicates the chemical composition of a substance. Classifying materials
Income tax is determined by calculating the net-effective rate according to the formula allowed by each state's tax laws. In general, a taxpayer first ascertains the income that is to be apportioned (and then multiplies this amount by the arithmetical average of three ratios
Any variety of mathematical computations used primarily in the fire service to determine pressures, flows, and gallons per minute.
In mathematics and in the sciences, a formula (plural: formulae, formulÃ¦ or formulas) is a concise way of expressing information symbolically (as in a mathematical or chemical formula), or a general relationship between quantities. One of many famous formulae is Albert Einstein's E=mcÂ² (see special relativity).
In mathematical logic, a formula is a formal syntactic object that expresses a proposition, except that the proposition may depend on the values of the free variables of the formula.