# What type of function is one in which the action to be taken for true or false case includes yet another IF function?

A function inside another function is a nested function.

### What is an included IF function in which the action to be taken for the true or false case includes yet another IF function?

It is a nested if function.

### An blank IF function is one in which the action to be taken for the true or false case includes yet another if function?

nested is the answer

### The nested IF function is one in which the action to be taken for the true or false case includes yet another IF function?

Yes, that is known as a nested if.

### A function is one in which the action taken for the true or false case includes yet another IF function?

The operators are &&, &, |, . IF function does not exist in C language. C has if-statements

### What is the blank IF function is one in which the action to be taken for the true or falso case that includes another function?

An IF Function can contain other functions as part of its condition, its True or it False parts. It can also contain another IF. When a function is inside another function, it is known as a Nested Function.

### What is done if function is one in which the action to be taken for the true or false case includes yet another If function?

You insert the second IF function into the first one, creating what is called a nested If. Another IF can be put in the True or False part of an existing IF function. In as situation where there is a need for another IF when the first condition is true, the structure could then be something like this: =IF(condition, IF(condition, true, false), false)) Note there are two brackets at the end, closing the two IF… Read More

### What function contain a condition or logical test an action to take if the condition is true and an action to take if the condition is false?

The IF function.

### What are the arguments in an if function?

The IF function has 3 arguments. They are the condition, the action to take if the condition is true and the action to take if the condition is false. See the related question below.

### What is the function of the if function?

The "if" function evaluates an expression to either true or false. (In most systems, a value of zero equates to false, and any non-zero value to true.) If the expression is true, then the following command(s) is/are performed. If the expression is false, then no action is taken. For example: if (1+1=2) then print "Hey, that was easy!" if (2+2=5) then print "This will never happen."

### A nested function is placed in the cell below the first formula true or false?

False. A nested function is a function within another function, so it would be in the same formula. An alternative to nesting would be to put a separate function in a different cell and use its result in the other formula. In that case it would not have to be put in the cell below the first formula.

### What is the three parts of the IF function in Excel?

The If function has the following format: =IF(<Condition> , <True value> , <False value>) The Condition is the problem to be evaluated. eg. Amount of wages someone earned to determine their tax bracket. The True value is the action to be taken if the given condition is fulfilled. This may be to add a value to something or multiply a value by something etc. The False value is the action to be taken if the… Read More

### Is it true or false that the cosine function is an odd function?

False; the cosine function is an even function as cos(-x) = -cos(x).

### On Excel What Part of the IF function that the conditions are stated in?

The conditions are always set out in the first of the 3 parts of an IF function: =IF( Condition, True action, False action) For example, if you have an exam score in cell A5 and want to say if it a pass or fail, based on the pass mark of 40%, then you would use the IF function like this: IF( A5>=40%, "Pass", "Fail")

### What category in Excel returns a true or false value?

Excel has a category called Logical Functions. The IF function is the one of those that most people use and associate with returning True or False values. Other functions also return True or False values. There is a TRUE function and a FALSE function. The OR function and the AND function can be used to return True or False values too. The NOT function can reverse a True or False value, so it also returns… Read More

### It's not OK to shift tense in order to indicate a change in time frame from one action to another?

False

### What does the logical function TRUE mean?

It returns the logical value TRUE. It can be used by itself, say when building a truth table, or as part of another function, such as the IF function. Here is it checking if someone passed an exam: =IF(A2>=40%, TRUE(), FALSE() ) You can in fact leave out the pair of brackets immediately after TRUE and after FALSE, and they will still work.

### What is the function of If function in computer?

"IF" function is used in Microsoft (MS) Excel. It is checking results in order to make a proper decision. The "IF" function is considered a logic function by Excel. It begins with "=IF" and then has three arguments inside parentheses. The arguments are separated from each other through the use of a comma. Here is a breakdown of the components of the "IF" function Calling the IF function: =IF Argument one: Test/Criteria Argument two: Perform… Read More

### What is a function that determines whether a condition is true or false?

A logical function, such as the IF function.

### Is it true or false that you can replace any letter in function notation with any number?

False. You can only replace it with a number from the domain of the function.

### How do you properly write the IF THEN syntax using Numbers on a MacAir?

It uses the same general syntax as the IF function does in other spreadsheet applications. It has 3 parts, a condition to test, what to do if the condition is true and what to do if it is false. IF( Condition, True action, False action ) For example, to test cell A3 and if its value is over 100 or not, you could do this: =IF( A3>100, "Value is over 100", "Value is 100 or… Read More

### Is the primary function of Mickey Mousing to capture the overall emotional atmosphere and mood of a sequence?

False. The primary emphasis is on the sense of movement and action as well as the rhythmic elements of the sequence in which the music is used.

### Where is the 10 million steps in the mystery zone to another region action replay code for Pokemon Diamond?

This is completely false, Nintendo did NOT program another region in Pokemon Diamond, besides Sinnoh.

### What function in Excel deals with true or false?

The different functions from the Logical functions category deal with true and false. The main one of them is the IF function.

### What is the correct syntax of Excel's IF function?

The If function has the following format: =IF(<Condition> , <True value> , <False value>) The Condition is the problem to be evaluated. eg. Amount of wages someone earned to determine their tax bracket. The True value is the action to be taken if the given condition is fulfilled. This may be to add a value to something or multiply a value by something etc. The False value is the action to be taken if the… Read More

### How do you write an OR statement in Excel?

The OR function contains at least two logical statements. If at least one is true, then it will return a TRUE result. If not, it returns a FALSE result. =OR(10>2, 3>5) Obviously 10 is greater than 2, so the above function will give a TRUE result. The OR function is usually used in conjunction with an IF function, to allow a particular action to be taken based on the result of the OR function. The… Read More

### What is the syntax of the OR function in MS Excel?

OR(logical1, logical2, ...) logical1, logical2, etc. are statements that can be true or false, they can be the words TRUE or FALSE, or they can reference cells which contain true/false conditions. The function can have anywhere from 1 to 255 of them, separated by commas. The OR function has a TRUE value if at least one of its logical conditions is TRUE. It can be used anywhere that you would use a true/false statement, like… Read More

### What is the code for tori's sixth online journal entry in discovery girls magazine?

link_redirect = false; function loginNavGo(url){ action = "http://wiki.answers.com"+url; new_login(); } www.discoverygirls.com/tori/slime is the last entry!

### True or False does the nucleolus recycle old cell parts?

False. This is the function of the lysosome.

### How many parts to an IF statement in Excel?

There are 3 parts. They are the condition, the action if the condition is true and the action if the value is false. =IF(Condition, True Action, False Action) =IF(A2>=40%,"Pass","Fail") See the related question at the link below.

### What are the conditional logic functions in computer applications?

Not sure what you are asking here, but here is my best guess. COMPUTER PROGRAMMING APPLICATIONS: IF - If a condition exists, do something, if not, do something else. CASE - If a condition equals CASE1 do this; if CASE2 do this; etc. WHILE - If a condition remains, keep doing something until the condition changes. EXCEL: AND(logical1,logical2,...) - tests whether the logical arguments are TRUE or FALSE. If they are all TRUE, the AND… Read More

### What is Knowingly making false statements that hurt another person's reputation?

Legally this is called slander. If in print, it is libel. Disparagement is a word used to denote this kind of action.

### What is boolean in programming?

Boolean is a 'true or false' logic in programming - if you define a function as a Boolean function, the only inputs it can have are true or false, and the output will vary dependant on the input

### Is it true or false that the average function requires that the argument be included within parentheses before the function name?

False. They are in brackets after the name, like this: =AVERAGE(A10:A20)

### Is it true or false that a relation is a special type of function?

No. A relation is not a special type of function.

### Is it True or False that Variables declared in the particular member function are know as data members and can be used in all member functions of the class?

False. Variables declared within a particular member function are local to that function, and are automatically allocated and deallocated at entry and exit of the function.

### How boolean function works?

A boolean function is simply a function that returns a boolean value - a value that can either be "true" or "false". The return value may be used to see whether a function was successful, for example: if openfile("somefile.txt") // The file was opened succesfully, we can now proceed A boolean function will often reply to a question which can be replied with "yes" or "no". For example, you can have a function that asks… Read More

### When the condition is a question that can be answered true or false Excel calls this?

An IF function can be used to do this. It is one of the Logical functions. Others include AND, OR, NOT, FALSE, TRUE and XOR. Using the IF function, we sometimes talk about What-if.

### How the OR addition different from the ordinary addition?

A: OR gates does not perform addition or any other mathematical function but rather makes logical decision on true or false on two [ more] inputs both input are false then the output will be false "0" that is the only premise for an OR gate. The AND gate perform another logic function such as both [more inputs] must be true "1" for the output to be true/ mathematical calculations are achieved by using binary… Read More

### What does the NOT function in Excel do?

The NOT function is a logical function used to reverse the result of a logical statement or check if something is false. If you wanted to identify a value that were different in two cells you could use the NOT function to check if they are not equal, like this: =NOT(A2=B2) If they are the same it will return TRUE and if they are the same it will return FALSE.

### An even function of minus x does not equal the function of positive x for all values of x -a composite function which results from the function of g within the function of x?

The first part of the question is false, and the correct answer is that an even function of minus x equals the function positive x. This follows from the very definition of an even function. The second part of the question is false, because the truth is that the composite function results from taking the function of x within the function g.

### What are false ribs and their function?

False ribs are not attached to the sternum but only to the vertebrae of the spinal column. Their function is the same as the true ribs and that is protection of the heart, lungs, liver, spleen and part of the intestines.

### How do you use a if function in Excel on another cell with a nested if function?

i would need a little more information to be specific to your need, however the general way is =if(A1=2,"True value","False value",if(A1=3,"True Value","False Value)) you can continue the formula till you done with your conditions, however excel 2003 can only nest 7 level and Excel 2007 has no limits

### Does the IF function display one value if the specified condition is true and a different value if the condition is false on Excel?

Generally that is what happens, though you can get it to be sophisticated in how it comes to its resulting value. It is also possible to have nested IFs where the True or False may actually result not in a value but in another IF function being activated. You can also get it to activate other functions which will determine a result. See the related question below.

### Can you sue your child's school for false allegations?

No. "False allegations" is not a cause of action on which civil suit can be brought.

### An exponential decay function represents a quantity that has a constant doubling time?

depends it can be true or false Apex: False

### What is the difference between return 0 and return -1 in c?

If we consider any function that is not the main function that is declared as "bool" i.e it will return boolean values to the main function-0 & 1, meaning 'false' and 'true' respectively. If we have to tell the main function that the condition checked in the function is false or disagreed, then we return 0 to the main function and when we have to tell that the condition checked in the main function is… Read More

### How do you disable right click in HTML?

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript"> var message="Function Disabled!"; /////////////////////////////////// function clickIE() {if (document.all) {alert(message);return false;}} function clickNS(e) {if (document.layers(document.getElementById&&!document.all)) { if (e.which==2e.which==3) {alert(message);return false; if (document.layers) {document.captureEvents(Event.MOUSEDOWN);document.onmousedown=clickNS;} else{document.onmouseup=clickNS;document.oncontextmenu=clickIE;} document.oncontextmenu=new Function("return false") // --> </script>

### What is boolean function?

A boolean function is a function that only works with values that can only have two values, often called "true" and "false", or alternately, "1" and "0".