y =b* mx depicts an exponential curve where the value of y depends on the value of x, m is the base with exponent x, and b is a constant variable in the Excel GROWTH Formula.
In Cell A1, type a date, and in Cell B1, type =EDATE(4/15/2013,-5). We're entering a date surrounded in quote marks to specify the value of the start date. For the same effect, you can simply refer to a cell that holds a date value or use the formula =EDATE(A1,-5)
Press RETURN after typing =A1+30 in cell C1. This formula multiplies the date in cell A1 by 30 days. Press RETURN after typing =C1-15 in cell D1. The date in cell C1 is subtracted by 15 days with this formula.
Enter "=B2-B1" to find the number of days between these two dates (without the quotes into cell B3). Excel will automatically calculate the number of days between the two dates once you press enter.
A generic formula for today plus any number of days can be created. In a selected cell, type the number of days to be added to the current date.
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