Interchange 3 Workbook Answer Key _VERIFIED_
Interchange 3 Workbook Answer Key
I’m getting an error here because you’re trying to reference ActiveSheet twice. You’re trying to reference
ThisWorkbook, which is already defined at the top of the workbook. Once you’ve referenced that sheet there, it’s not needed to reference it again later.
Hmmm… by default, Excel will create a new workbook for the active sheet… but not when there’s a template workbook. You can ensure the workbook is open, though, by renaming the template workbook to “WS_Workbook1.”
I want the user to be able to download a.txt file that contains the results. For that, you need to modify the
OutFile argument slightly. Instead of
"C:Users atelDownloadsInterchange3.xls", you should use
"\removed atelDownloadsInterchange3.txt" to ensure that the workbook is being saved to the correct location.
This works, but would be a good idea to only pass in the first row of the column you wish to summarize, rather than all of them. I would also put in a bit of a check to see if Sheet1 was the active sheet. The file creation code as it stands now will only work if the user has the Interchange 3 Workbook open.
I’ve created a worksheet that needs to use the values from the table of contents to get the data of each of the worksheets. This includes the filename as well as the number of the sheet in the master workbook. I need this to be added to the array so that I can have the master workbook list all of the worksheets.
Section II outlines the various approaches to analyzing data. These approaches include the Fisher’s exact test, Chi-square test, Chi-square test with Yates correction, binomial test, dichotomous test, ratio test, multiple comparison test, z-test and multivariate linear model. Use the Inferential statistics workbook, accessed via the Planning and teaching section of the qualification page, to help you better understand the various approaches to analyzing data. There is also a set of multiple comparison tests used to understand complex data sets.
For example, in the int example, tuple was mentioned so Find must have been used. I was going to ask for “borders,” but then I realized that maybe the borders are meant to be interchanged and the ints are not. Would that work?
The inter example is actually a great one. I realize I need to be more flexible in my answers, but I don’t know how to find the correct answer in the inter section. So, I would not select the first int because I cannot see the positive side of it. I know you are supposed to choose the same number of ints for both directions. But how do I know what works?
It seems like you have a list of related values. I suggest putting the x variable directly below the question so that you have a place for your answers to go. Then, just plug in the answer. Remember that the answers are required to be an ordered list.
I am going to compare the two and I think I will use a nested If…Then…End If statement. I want to check the value of chk7 and the value of chk7-2 if they are equal to each other then I will get no answer. If they are not equal I will get the other answer. This will avoid the “difficult to debug code” problems that have been mentioned, and it will be much cleaner.
You can see that almost all of these questions are going to require you to walk through the answers to the previous questions in order to get to this point. Unlike the previous report, this report has no theoretical questions.