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Why Do Teachers Use Spreadsheets?

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A spreadsheet is a table which displays numbers in rows and columns. Teachers use spreadsheets to record student marks so as to be able to determine student averages and class means in real-time and also to view data in various formats since they are able to make important visual discoveries about their data.
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Teachers use spreadsheets as they enable them to easily view data in various formats hence they are able to make important visual discoveries about their data. They also enable them to determine student averages and class means in real-time and makes it easy to analyse the performance of the students.
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