Axie Infinity – Damage

You are probably here wondering how damage is calculated in Axie. You saw the damage in your enemy’s card Sinister Strike to be 130, but it dealt 179 to your Plant. One thing’s for sure, there is calculation to all these. 1. RPS Mechanics There are 9 different classes of Axies grouped into 3. EachContinue reading “Axie Infinity – Damage”

COLUMNS

Function Type: Lookup and Reference Description: Returns the number of columns in a reference. Function Structure: =COLUMNS(array). Argument Breakdown: array – A reference to a range of cells. Example: If you need instant expert help with Excel or Google Sheets, please visit my fiverr gig. Back to Learn Excel->

COLUMN

Function Type: Lookup and Reference Description: Returns the column number of a reference. Function Structure: =COLUMN(reference). Argument Breakdown: reference – A reference to a cell or range of cells. Example: If you need instant expert help with Excel or Google Sheets, please visit my fiverr gig. Back to Learn Excel->

CHOOSE

Function Type: Lookup and Reference Description: Chooses a value from a list of values. Function Structure: =CHOOSE(index_num, value1, [value2]). Argument Breakdown: index_num – The value to choose. A number between 1 and 254. value1 – The first value from which to choose. value2 – The second value from which to choose. Example: If you needContinue reading “CHOOSE”

AREAS

Function Type: Lookup and Reference Description: Returns the number of areas in a reference. Function Structure: =AREAS(reference). Argument Breakdown: reference – A reference to a cell or range of cells. Example: If you need instant expert help with Excel or Google Sheets, please visit my fiverr gig. Back to Learn Excel->

XOR

Version Availability: Desktop version starting Excel 2013 Function Type: Logical Description: Returns a logical exclusive OR of all arguments. Function Structure: =XOR(logical1, [logical2]). Argument Breakdown: logical1 – An expression, constant, or reference that evaluates to TRUE or FALSE. logical2 – An expression, constant, or reference that evaluates to TRUE or FALSE. Example: If you needContinue reading “XOR”

OR

Function Type: Financial Description: Returns TRUE if any argument is TRUE. Function Structure: =OR(logical1, [logical2]). Argument Breakdown: logical1 – The first condition or logical value to evaluate. logical2 – The second condition or logical value to evaluate. Example: If you need instant expert help with Excel or Google Sheets, please visit my fiverr gig. Back toContinue reading “OR”

AND

Function Type: Logical Description: Returns TRUE if all of its arguments are TRUE. Function Structure: =AND(logical1, [logical2]). Argument Breakdown: logical1 – This is the first condition or logical value to be evaluated. logical2 – This is the second condition or logical value to be evaluated. Example: If you need instant expert help with Excel orContinue reading “AND”

N

Function Type: Information Description: Returns a value converted to a number. Function Structure: =N(value). Argument Breakdown: value – The value to convert to a number. Example: If you need instant expert help with Excel or Google Sheets, please visit my fiverr gig. Back to Learn Excel->