Introduction to Engineering
Introduction to Engineering ENGR 120
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Date Created: 10/03/15
Excel 7 Guided example 1 Familiarize students with the excel tutorials on the Microsoft website http o icemicrosoft comenushelpHAOl l 16 128 1033 aspx 2 Demonstrate an example in class 7 have students work along with you They must turn in their example to demonstrate they have done the exercise Give them 10 points for turning in their work Example or use one of your own examples A ball is dropped off a cliff from a height of 200 meters How long will it take for the ball to hit the ground d do votl2at2 Initial assumptions do 0 v0 0 Create a graph of the above function showing the position of the ball over time Key concepts to demonstrate 1 Create a data table in Excel a Format table headings 7 include units b Adjust column width c Use auto ll feature 2 Enter the formula using cell references quick reference guide a Review order of operations Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally and quick reference card b Copy the formula 3 Create an XY graph a Place graph in spreadsheet b Data range include column labels c Change data in table amp watch graph update 4 Change data to show automatic updates to both table and graph e g start with 1 second time intervals 7 change to 5 second interval
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