Streveler_Sept10_Vfinal

# Streveler_Sept10_Vfinal - ENGR 195 Transforming Ideas to...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style ENGR 195 – Transforming Ideas to Innovation I Prof. Ruth Streveler Thursday, September 10, 2009

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Diversity presentation update l Time of Diversity Presentation on Sept 22 has been changed! l Starts at 6pm l Ends no later than 7:15pm (Calc test starts at 7:45) 2
Homework reminders l Homework 2 (#1- surveys, #3 - fliers) due today l Homework 2 (#2 – Code of cooperation) due before class next Thursday (Sept 17) l Homework 1 – presentations for your 12 posters in class next Thursday (Sept 17) l Rubric posted in Blackboard 3

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Overview l Excel basics – Lucia l First task in Excel will be to use it to develop a project timeline l Project management – Dr. Streveler l Team time - Start to develop a plan to accomplish your team project 4
Click to edit Master subtitle style INTRODUCTION TO EXCEL

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Excel Basics l A spreadsheet application that can be used for storing , organizing , and manipulating data l Used for calculations, graphs, and statistical analysis 6
Blackboard Excel Tutorials l Blackboard > “Learning Resources” l > “Tutorial - EXCEL Cell Filling V2” l > “Tutorial – EXCEL Cell Addressing” 7

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Excel Nomenclature 8
Formulas l Formulas ALWAYS start with an equal sign . If the equal sign is not there, the cell contains text. l Addition (+) l Subtraction (-) l Multiplication ( * ) l Division (/) l Square Root: sqrt(x) or x^0.5 l Trigonometric Functions: l sin(x), cos(x), tan(x), etc…. NOTE: x has units of radians not degrees 9

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Filling Down (The Final Result) 11

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Leonardo Fibonacci was an Italian mathematician who lived between 1170-1240. He traveled on business with his father and was exposed to many different mathematical techniques used throughout the world. Fibonacci collected these ideas in books. His writings introduced Arabic numerals into European mathematics. Fibonacci also made significant contributions to mathematics, in number theory and on recursive sequences. He is most famous for the Fibonacci sequence, in which
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