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1 Lecture # 7 Spreadsheet Basics I have two coins in my hand that total 55¢. One is not a nickel. What are the two coins? Today Questions : From notes/reading/life? Review Quiz # 1 1. Introduce : How do solve problems? 2. Explain : Formulas, Expressions, Numerical Limits, Formatting, Moving things, Functions Dynamic Recomputation, Records 3. Demo : Spreadsheet Magic – follow along on laptop 4. Practice : You solve a problem with a spreadsheet 5. Evaluate : Share and evaluate your solution 6. Re-practice : Create a Budget with a spreadsheet Review Spreadsheet Functions Understand Dynamic Recomputation

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2 Today Questions : From notes/reading/life? Review Quiz # 1 1. Introduce : How do solve problems? 2. Explain : Formulas, Expressions, Numerical Limits, Formatting, Moving things, Functions Dynamic Recomputation, Records 3. Demo : Spreadsheet Magic – follow along on laptop 4. Practice : You solve a problem with a spreadsheet 5. Evaluate : Share and evaluate your solution 6. Re-practice : Create a Budget with a spreadsheet Review Spreadsheet Functions Understand Dynamic Recomputation A Problem: Wages = \$6.25 per hour Hours worked = 25 Compute the total pay: What are some ways to solve this problem?
3 Paper and Pencil Use a calculator Write a Program Wages = 6.25; HoursWorked = 25; Total Pay = 6.25 * 25 Wages \$6.25 HoursWorked TotalPay

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4 Write a Program Wages = 6.25; HoursWorked = 25; Total Pay = 6.25 * 25 Wages \$6.25 HoursWorked 25 TotalPay Write a Program Wages = 6.25; HoursWorked = 25; Total Pay = 6.25 * 25 Wages \$6.25 HoursWorked 25 TotalPay \$156.25 Use a Spreadsheet
5 Spreadsheets The program that created the modern personal computer. Today Questions : From notes/reading/life? Review Quiz # 1 1. Introduce : How do solve problems? 2. Explain : Formulas, Expressions, Numerical Limits, Formatting, Moving things, Functions Dynamic Recomputation, Records 3. Demo : Spreadsheet Magic – follow along on laptop 4. Practice : You solve a problem with a spreadsheet 5. Evaluate : Share and evaluate your solution 6.

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