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¿Cuál es el orden de las operaciones utilizadas al evaluar las fórmulas en Excel?

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    ¿Cuál es el orden de las operaciones utilizadas al evaluar las fórmulas en Excel?

    Al igual que en las matemáticas estándar, Excel utiliza un orden de operaciones cuando evalúa diferentes operadores dentro de la barra de fórmulas. Casi seguro que reconoces el acrónimo PEMDAS, es el orden de operaciones que se enseña en las clases de matemáticas de todo el mundo, y también es el orden que usa Excel. PEMDAS significa:

    Paréntesis
    Exponentes
    Multiplicación
    División
    Adición
    Sustracción
    Al evaluar las fórmulas, Excel siempre procesa los operadores en este orden. Si se encuentra recibiendo un resultado inesperado de sus fórmulas matemáticas, compruebe que los paréntesis se utilizan correctamente para lograr los resultados que desea.
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    Re: ¿Cuál es el orden de las operaciones utilizadas al evaluar las fórmulas en Excel?

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    What is the order of operations used when evaluating formulas in Excel?
    As in standard math, Excel uses an order of operations when evaluating different operators within the formula bar. You almost certainly recognize the acronym PEMDAS, it's the order of operations taught in math classes around the world, and it's also the order Excel uses. PEMDAS means:

    Parenthesis
    Exponents
    Multiplication
    Division
    Addition
    Subtraction
    When evaluating formulas, Excel always processes operators in this order. If you find yourself getting an unexpected result from your math formulas, check that the parentheses are used correctly to achieve the results you want.

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    Re: ¿Cuál es el orden de las operaciones utilizadas al evaluar las fórmulas en Excel?

    Quote Originally Posted by alansidman View Post
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    What is the order of operations used when evaluating formulas in Excel?
    As in standard math, Excel uses an order of operations when evaluating different operators within the formula bar. You almost certainly recognize the acronym PEMDAS, it's the order of operations taught in math classes around the world, and it's also the order Excel uses. PEMDAS means:

    Parenthesis
    Exponents
    Multiplication
    Division
    Addition
    Subtraction
    When evaluating formulas, Excel always processes operators in this order. If you find yourself getting an unexpected result from your math formulas, check that the parentheses are used correctly to achieve the results you want.
    Interesting, I was taught BODMAS...essentially the same thing...

    Brackets
    Order
    Division
    Multiplication
    Addition
    Subtraction

    As I said though, essentially the same thing, but with a few different terms for the same thing.
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