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C, A, E

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This question is related to spreadsheet operations, specifically the behavior of cell references when formulas are copied across columns. The correct answer depends on understanding how relative cell references change when a formula is copied horizontally.In spreadsheet applications like Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets, when a formula is copied horizontally (from left to right), column references typically adjust automatically unless they are fixed with dollar signs ($).Given that the formula in Cell D49 generates "C", and when copied to E49 and F49, it produces "A" and "E" respectively, we can infer that the formula is likely referencing cells in Column C, and these references are shifting as the formula is copied.The sequence C, A, E suggests that the formula is referencing every other letter in alphabetical order, starting from C. This could be achieved by a formula that references cells two columns to the left and uses a function to convert numbers to letters (such as CHAR() in Excel).

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