Constants in Excel
In Excel, a constant is a value you give to a cell. This value is called a constant because it is assigned to this cell. For example, the monthly deposit you put on your bank account, your age, the interest rate, etc...
Next to the labels (only if you need labels), you enter the value of the constant.
In Excel, you can add a few units behind it. Usually this is done for currency or Percentage. Like $5000 or 4.5%.
Updated September 12th, 2010
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