Theory:

Statistical Functions:
LibreOffice Calc includes over \(70\) statistical functions which enable the evaluation of data from simple arithmetic calculations, such as averaging, to advanced distribution and probability computations.
 
Some of them are:
 
AVERAGE Function:
It calculates the average of the given set of values.
 
Syntax:
 
\(=AVERAGE(XY:XZ)\)
 
Example:
 
To calculate the average of the four fields\( C2 to C5\), you use the function,
 
 \(=AVERAGE(C2:C5)\)
 
Avg.jpg
 
MAX Function:

It calculates the maximum value from a given set of values.
 
Syntax:
 
\(=MAX(XY:XZ)\)
 
Example:
 
To determine the maximum value of the four fields \(C2 to C5\), you use the function,
 
 \(=MAX(C2:C5)\)
 
Max.jpg
 
MIN Function:

It calculates the minimum value from a given set of values.
 
Syntax:
 
\(=MIN(XY:XZ)\)
 
Example:
 
To determine the minimum value of the four fields \(C2 to C5\), you use the function,
 
 \(=MIN(C2:C5)\)
 
Min.jpg
  
COUNT Function:

It counts the number of values (cell containing numbers).
 
Syntax:
 
\(=COUNT(XY:XZ)\)
 
Example:
 
To determine the number of values from the fields \(C2 to C5\), you use the function,
 
 \(=COUNT(C2:C5)\)
 
count.jpg