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TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP
 
Exhibit 1
The one-variable data table can give the cash flow picture automatically.
Exhibit 2
Set up the one-variable data table directly below the original data to speed the solution.
Exhibit 3
Tell the spreadsheet where to find the needed data—in a row or a column.
Exhibit 4
This what-if feature provides instant documentation of the substitution process.
Exhibit 5
The spreadsheet program also can handle a two-variable data table.

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