Week 6 Excel Mid-Level Exercise Grading Rubric
Excel Chapter 2: Introduction to Excel
First Bank of Missouri
Student Name:
Total Score:
1
.
Possible
Points
6
/70
Points
Awarded
Item
Open the workbook and save the
workbook as
e02m2bank_LastnameFirstname
2

Dec 2006
Solving Linear Equations by Graphing
Your Strategy
You are expected to use a graphing calculator for this HW assignment this
assignment introduces you to using a graphing calculator as a tool for solving
equations. In MATH092/102 you will learn t

July 2003
Important Properties
o The Commutative Property
o The Associative Property
o The Distributive Property
Multiplying polynomials
o By Monomials Using The Distributive Property
o By Binomials And Other Polynomials
o The FOIL Method
Dividing Polynom

University Housing
Presentation to the Provost
Your Name, Your Class
Occupancy Rate is Near Capacity
n Factors at the University level
n Increased number of new students
n Better retention of existing students
n Factors at the Housing Level
Students are s

Math 221 - Statistics Practice Quiz Week 2 This quiz review covers materials from Weeks 1 and 2. Your quiz will be in Week 3 located in the Quiz Tab. Your quiz will mostly comprise of multiple choice, true/false, and essay questions. The answers are at th

Math 221 Quiz Review for Weeks 3 and 4 1. 2. State whether the variable is discrete or continuous. The # of keys on each student's key chain. Decide whether the experiment is a binomial experiment. Explain why by citing the properties of binomial experime

Math 221 Quiz Review for Weeks 5 and 6 1. 2. Find the area under the standard normal curve between z = 1.6 and z = 2.6. A business wants to estimate the true mean annual income of its customers. It randomly samples 220 of its customers. The mean annual in

July 2003
Solving Quadratic Equations By Factoring:
This is an extension of Factoring. Only quadratic equations that are factorable over the
integers are shown.
To solve any quadratic equation by factoring, it must first be written in standard form.
You t

COMP 100
Windows Lab
Windows LAB
Due: End of Week 1
20 Points Possible
Objectives
TCO 3: Given a networked personal computer demonstrate the ability to gain access to the operating
system, hardware and software as well as all peripherals.
Preparation and

COMP 100
E-mail Lab
E-mail Exercise
Due: End of Week 2
20 Points
Objectives
TCO 2: Given an Internet account and an e-mail address on the Internet, compose and send an
e-mail with correct spelling and grammar, and identify the benefits of using this tool

COMP 100
Internet Lab
Internet LAB
Due: End of Week 2
20 Points
Objectives
TCO 1: Given a personal computer with Internet access capability, demonstrate the ability to navigate
the Web and perform basic tasks.
Preparation and Helpful Information
Make sure

Greatest Common Factor
Introduction
Factors are the building blocks of multiplication. They are the numbers that you can multiply together to produce another number: 2 and 10
are factors of 20, as are 4 and 5 and 1 and 20. To factor a number is to rewrite

Addend- A number added to one or more other numbers to form a sum.
additive identity- The number 0 is called the additive identity because when you add it to a number, the result you get is
the same number. For example, 4 + 0 = 4.
additive inverse- Any tw

Quadratic formula.
Suppose you want to solve a quadratic equation (youll recognize it because it will have an x2 as
the highest degree).
In standard form it looks like this ax2 + bx + c = 0
This formula will ALWAYS work. Some people prefer to factor and s

Factoring Summary - if this were a f-2-f class, these are the examples
we would work on the board. Therefore, I strongly urge you to copy each of them
by hand and then use it as a guide when you practice, practice, practice.
Type 1: All three terms have p

July 2003
Adding and Subtracting Polynomials
The key when adding polynomials is to eliminate the parenthesis and add like terms.
Example 1: Add ( 6x + 3) + (3x 2)
Remove the parenthesis and combine like terms.
( 6x + 3) + (3x 2) =
6x + 3 + 3x 2 =
9x + 1
E

COMP100, Week 1 OS Project
Week 1:
Student Name:
Total Score:
/20
1
.
Possible
Points
10
Points
Awarded
Item
Comments
Provided Snapshot 1 that shows the
following:
a. Created Windows Lab
folder. (3 pts)
b. Unzipped the Windows
Material.zip material
and pl

COMP100, eMail
Week 2:
Student Name:
Total Score:
/20
1
.
Possibl
e Points
5
Points
Awarded
Item
Email_Information_LastNameFirstName
document filled out and attached to email
and placed into dropbox.
2
.
5
Uploaded screenshot of e-mail that you sent
to yo

COMP100, Internet Project
Week 2:
Student Name:
Total Score:
/20
1
.
Possible
Points
9
Points
Awarded
Item
Find a step-by-step method to copy and
paste information into a Word document.
2
.
9
Find a web page that highlights Powerpoint
2010 features.
3
.
2

Week 3 Word Mid-Level Exercise Grading Rubric
Office Fundamentals and File Management Chapter 1
Reference Letter
Week 3:
Student Name:
Total Score:
/70
1
.
Possible
Points
4
Points
Awarded
Item
Open f01m1letter, save as
f01m1Letter_LastnameFirstname
2
.
8

Week 4 Excel Mid-Level Exercise Grading Rubric
Excel Chapter 1: Introduction to Excel
Guest House Rental Rates
Student Name:
Total Score:
1
.
Possible
Points
6
/70
Points
Awarded
Item
Calculate the Peak Rentals Maximum
Revenue based on the number of units

Week 5 Excel Mid-Level Exercise Grading Rubric
Excel Chapter 2: Introduction to Excel
Real Estate Sales Report
Student Name:
Total Score:
1
.
Possible
Points
6
/70
Points
Awarded
Item
Open the workbook and save the
workbook as
e1m3sales_LastnameFirstname

COMP100, Week 7 Excel Mid-Level Exercise Grading Rubric
Excel Chapter 3: Charts
Car Ratings
Week 7:
Student Name:
Total Score:
/70
1
.
Possible
Points
6
Points
Awarded
Item
Insert a column sparkline for each car
model and for the Overall Category
under co

J. Heaton Realty
Sales Report
Property
Days on Market
125 Amsterdam Drive
341 North Oak Drive
100 South 325 West
424 East Street
1401 West 39th Street
41 Chestnut Circle
973 East Mulberry Lane
538 North Oak Drive
64 Chancellor Estates
Date Listed
2/12/201

Your Name
Your Street Address
Your City, State Zip
Current Date
Recipient Name and Title
Company Name
Street Address
City, State, Zip
Dear Recipient Name:
I am pleased to recommend Stacy Alim for a position with your company. I have known
Stacy for 2 year

Statistics Lab Week 2 Name:_ Math221 Statistical Concepts: Using MINITAB Graphics Shapes of Distributions Descriptive Statistics Empirical Rule Data in MINITAB
MINITAB is a powerful, yet user-friendly, data analysis software package. You can launch MINITA

Statistics Lab Week 4
Name:_
MATH221
Statistical Concepts:
Probability
Binomial Probability Distribution
Calculating Binomial Probabilities
Open a new MINITAB worksheet.
We are interested in a binomial experiment with 10 trials. First, we will make th