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NOMINAL: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use NOMINAL in Excel?

Nominal is used in Excel to denote the name of a column or row. The nominal value is the value of the column or row as it is labeled, and is not necessarily the actual value of the data in the column or row.

What is the syntax of NOMINAL in Excel?

The syntax of NOMINAL in Excel is as follows:

=NOMINAL(number, [sign])

NOMINAL returns the nominal value of the given number, with the given sign.

What is an example of how to use NOMINAL in Excel?

Nominal is an Excel function that takes a list of data and creates a table of frequencies and percentages. To use the function, type "=NOMINAL(range)" into a cell, where "range" is the list of data you want to analyze. Excel will then create a table with the frequencies and percentages for each value in the range.

When should you not use NOMINAL in Excel?

There are a few occasions when you should not use the NOMINAL function in Excel. One instance is when you are working with data that has been normalized. In this case, you would want to use the NORMALIZE function, as it will return the normalized value of the data. Another time you should not use the NOMINAL function is when you are working with data that has been transformed. In this case, you would want to use the TRANSPOSE function, as it will return the transformed value of the data.

What are some similar formulae to NOMINAL in Excel?

Nominal is a formula used in Excel to calculate the average of a series of numbers. It is similar to the average formula, but it ignores any values that are equal to zero. This makes it a more accurate average when there are many zeros in the data set. Another similar formula is weighted average, which takes into account the values of each number in the data set.

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