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Course: VCEED 002, Fall 2009
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2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 A B C The Sourcebook for Teaching Science Chapter 20.1 D E F G H I J Figure 20.2 Sample Spreadsheet Calculations Temperature conversion C = ( oF - 32) 5 9 Temp F 212 32 98.6 Celsisus 100 0 37 Object in freefall =(B332)*(5/9) =(B432)*(5/9) =(B532)*(5/9) 1 d = gt 2 2 Universal Law of...

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2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 A B C The Sourcebook for Teaching Science Chapter 20.1 D E F G H I J Figure 20.2 Sample Spreadsheet Calculations Temperature conversion C = ( oF - 32) 5 9 Temp F 212 32 98.6 Celsisus 100 0 37 Object in freefall =(B332)*(5/9) =(B432)*(5/9) =(B532)*(5/9) 1 d = gt 2 2 Universal Law of Gravitation g (m/s2) 9.8 t (s) 1 2 3 d (m) 4.9 19.6 44.1 Force (N) 9.80E+02 =1/2*\$B\$9*(C9)^2 =1/2*\$B\$9*(C10)^2 =1/2*\$B\$9*(C11)^2 F =G mobject mearth r2 G m(object) m(earth) r Volume (L) 22.3 22.1 22.4 21.3 23.1 23.5 22.2 Velocity (m/s) 41000 39000 37000 42000 6.67E11 100 5.97E+24 6.38E+06 Statistic Sum Max Min Average Std. Dev =C15*(C16*C17)/C18^2 Statistics n v 0 Value (L) 156.9 23.5 21.3 22.4 0.7 =SUM(B22:B28) =MAX(B22:B28) =MIN(B22:B28) =AVERAGE(B22:B2 8) =STDEV(B22:B28) Escape velocity If ...then... escapes? yes no no yes =IF(+B32>=40200,"yes","no") =IF(+B33>=40200,"yes","no") =IF(+B34>=40200,"yes","no") =IF(+B35>=40200,"yes","no") The Sourcebook for Teaching Science Chapter 20.1 Figure 20.3 Determine the Formulas Embedded in the Gray cells Newton's 2nd Law Force (N) 980 F = ma Ideal Gas Law mass (kg) acceleartation (m/s2) 100 9.8 P= nRT V number of moles, moles gas constant, (L*atm)/(mol*K) Temperature, K Volume (liters) velocity (m/s) acceleration (m/s2) time (s) resistance 1 (ohms) resistance 2 (ohms) resistance 3 (ohms) 5 0.08 373 3 5 9.8 3 24 145 75 Pressure (atm) 51.0 Accelerated Motion d = vt + 1 (at 2 ) 2 Resistors in Series distance (m) 59.1 Rtotal = R1 + R2 + R3 + etc resistance (ohms) 244 Intensity of sound intensity (dB) Intensity, I, (W/m ) 2 =10log I I0 1.00E02 2 90.00 Threshold Intenisty, Io, (W/m ) 1.00E11 average 419.3 G + G + G + ...Gn group 1 (any units) Average = 1 1 1 group 2 (any units) n group 3 (any units) = Defines a calculation + Addition Subtraction * Multiplication / Division ^ Power E Exponent Average 567 346 SUM 345 Calculates the sum for a range or list of cells AVERAGE Calculates the average for a range or list of cells COUNT Counts the number of cells that contain numbers MAX Calculates the highest value in a list or range MIN Calculates the lowest value in a list or range SIN Calculates the sine of a value COS Calculates the cosine of a value TAN Calculates the tangent of a value SQRT Calculates the square root of a value The Sourcebook for Teaching Science Chapter 20.1 Comparison of Speeds speed (mi/h) Human Growth Rate 0 Average Snail 0.01 Average Walking Pace 3 First Gasoline Automobile 9 Fastest Human 22 1908 Model T Ford 40 Cheetahs' Top Speed 65 Fastest Horsefly 90 Fastest Roller Coaster 100 Fastest Falcon Species 105 Fastest Skier 154 High Speed Train 186 Dodge Viper's Top Speed 212 Fastest Wind 318 Speed of Sound 750 Mach 3 2250 Fastest Fighter Jet 4500 Speed of Light 670000000 speed (km/h) speed relative to fastest human 35.4 1.00 Comparison of Speeds speed speed (mi/h) (km/h) Human Growth Rate 0 0 Average Snail 0.01 0.02 Average Walking Pace 3 4.83 First Gasoline Automobile 9 14.49 Fastest Human 22 35.42 1908 Model T Ford 40 64.4 Cheetahs' Top Speed 65 104.65 Fastest Horsefly 90 144.9 Fastest Roller Coaster 100 161 ...

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