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Modeling normal distributions with the Excel Monte Carlo VBA - SAT example #3 output


Finally, in the SAT example #3 the first section of output on the worksheet also appears identical to the previous example.

The difference is that the range from F35 through F53 here contains "countif()" formulas tallying the raw data.



Below this section of output is the "data dump" where the VBA code writes the entire contents of the data array to the worksheet.  Only a few rows are shown here; the number of actual rows of data in the worksheet is equal to the number of iterations the user has selected:


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