• Answer:-

    The value returned in Excel cell D49 depends on the content of that cell. If D49 contains a formula, the returned value will be the result of that formula. For example, if D49 has "=SUM(D1 )," it will show the sum of cells D1 through D48. If it contains a simple reference like "=A1," it will display the value from cell A1. If D49 holds a constant value, like a number or text, it will display exactly that. The returned value is influenced by the data, formulas, or references you’ve entered into cell D49.

May 31 2024

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