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Exhibit 6
The underlying formula in B16 provides the results of the calculations.
Exhibit 7
Type in the words “Interest Rate” (with quotation marks) to label the cell where the rates will be displayed.
Exhibit 8
The underlying formula in B16 remains, but the cell is identified as Interest Rate.
Exhibit 9
The function must be told where to find the variable data.
Exhibit 10
With a few mouse clicks, the spreadsheet displays the results of the calculations.

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