# Excel Notation Math Expression Parser

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Excel notation is a form of shorthand that can be used to represent data and calculations in a more concise manner.
In other words, Excel notation is a way to represent mathematical expressions using symbols on an Excel spreadsheet.

It is the most popular way of representing math on a spreadsheet due to its flexibility and simplicity.

Excel notation can be used for any type of arithmetic operation, including adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. It can also be used for more complex operations like quadratic equations.

Below, the following formula is written out in regular long-form notation:

=A1+A2+A3+A4+A5+A6+A7+A8+A9+A10

The same formula can also be written as follows:  =SUM(A1:A10)

The latter notation is more concise and easier to read. The first step is to identify the function (in this case, SUM), and then provide parentheses after it for any arguments (in this case, A1:A10). To indicate that we want to calculate across rows rather than down columns, we include two sets of brackets.

For this free tool, simply insert the Excel function you want to use and input the necessary numbers for your calculation.