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```					A Guide to Microsoft® Excel for Scientists and Engineers
Bernard V Liengme

Errata for 2nd Edition

If you find other errors in the Second edition, please let me know (bliengme@stfx.ca) and I
will update the list.

1)       Page 72, Figure 5.9: The value in G14 should read 83 not 76. This is a trivial error.

2)       Page 127, step (b): This should read: In B4 enter the formula 

3)       Page 228, in the equation, the D term should be squared and the equation should read:
dh     d2
  2 2 gh The correct equation is used in the text and worksheet.
dt    D

4)       Page 228, the line above Figure 13.8 should refer to: “the VBA square root function
SQR…” (not SQT)

5)       Page 252, last two equations: The expressions for CI(x*) should be as shown below

S yx   1 1 ( y *  y)2                         S yx   1 1 ( x *  x) 2
 t ( , df )                          and    t ( , df )            
m      n k   m 2 S xx                          m      n k     S xx

In the text, the |m| factor was inadvertently omitted but was included in the formulas used
in the worksheet discussed in the exercise. Also the first parameter of t was shown as a
Roman a rather than a Greek .

6) Page 113, Exercise 9, step (c). The formula in G5 should be =INDEX(\$B\$3:\$B\$19,E5)

13 February 2002

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