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1. The IF statement is about getting logical conditions correct. What is the opposite of A is greater than B?
A is less than or equal to B
A is less than B
B is greater than A
2. What do the square brackets in the IF functions syntax (pictured) denote?
Only one of the last two arguments (Value_if_TRUE or Value_if_FALSE) is required
These arguments must be entered encapsulated in square brackets
In some circumstances, these arguments are optional (if excluded, the values will default to TRUE and FALSE respectively)
3. What logic process is being demonstrated by the illustrated example?
Nested IF statements
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