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After entering the substitution values and the reference to a formula, the next step to complete a two-variable data table and view the results is to: (Points : 2) enter the cell references
in the Column input cell box. enter the cell references in the Row input cell box. click the What-If Analysis command. drag to select the data table boundaries.
The answer is drag to select the data table boundaries. After entering the substitution values and the reference to a formula, [ the next step to complete a two-variable data table and view the results is to drag to select the data table boundaries. ]
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