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Google Sheets

CSC is used as a Google Sheets function to calculate the standard deviation of a series of numbers. The syntax for using the CSC function in Google Sheets is CSC(numbers) where "numbers" is the series of numbers you want to calculate the standard deviation of. The CSC function will return the standard deviation of the numbers you specify.

The syntax of CSC in Google Sheets is very simple. To create a CSC, you simply need to enter the following into a cell: =CSC(cell_reference)

For example, if you wanted to create a CSC that calculates the average of the cells A1 through A4, you would enter the following into a cell:

=CSC(A1:A4)

In Google Sheets, CSC can be used to create a custom function. To do this, open a new spreadsheet and go to the "Tools" menu. Select "Script Editor." This will open a new window where you can create your custom function. The first step is to give your function a name. In the "Function" box, type in the name of your function. Next, you need to define the parameters for your function. In the "Parameters" box, type in the name of the parameter and the type of information it will require. For example, if you want your function to take an input of numbers, you would type in "numbers." Next, you need to write the code for your function. In the "Code" box, type in the code for your function. For example, if you want your function to add two numbers, you would type in "function(n1,n2) { return n1 + n2;}." When you're finished, click "Save." Your function will now be available in Google Sheets. To use your function, select the cells you want to use it on and go to the "Insert" menu. Select "Function." This will open a list of available functions. Select the function you created and it will insert it into the cells.

There are a few occasions when you should not use CSC in Google Sheets. One such occasion is when you are working with a table that has merged cells. In this case, the CSC function will not work as expected. Additionally, you should not use CSC when you are working with a table that has a column or row of text that is formatted as a number. In this case, the CSC function will return the wrong value.

There are a few similar formulae to CSC in Google Sheets. The SUMIFS function will sum the values in a range of cells that meet given criteria. The AVERAGEIFS function will return the average of the values in a range of cells that meet given criteria. The COUNTIFS function will count the number of cells in a range of cells that meet given criteria. The MAXIFS function will return the maximum value in a range of cells that meet given criteria. The MINIFS function will return the minimum value in a range of cells that meet given criteria.

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