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I have both. I use Excel primarily. It has a richer feature set and I am more familiar with it.

Here are links to the functions in both programs.



Calc, the spreadsheet of Open Office, is also a possibility and has the advantage of being free. My school system switched to it the year before I retired. I never had a problem getting any Office document to work on it, and it was even compatible on a complex Excel spreadsheet that made Numbers choke. Here's a link to its functions:

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