If you finish this bit, then move on to complete the other slides (more details below)
By the end of this lesson you will:
By the end of the lesson
Know what a spreadsheet is
Understand some of the uses of spreadsheets
Be able to create a basic spreadsheet
Be able to state a benefits of spreadsheets
What is a spreadsheet?
I like to this of a spreadsheet, as a very large piece of paper, where we can make lots of calculations.
There appears to be lots of boxes. These boxes are known as cells.
Each cell has a cell reference.
The cell reference is the column letter followed by the row number. The cell reference for the green cell above is B3.
What does a spreadsheet look like? What can you see on this spreadsheet?
Benefits of Spreadsheets
A spreadsheet set up correctly saves time, saves effort, can be very accurate, works brilliantly for repetitive calculations, makes calculations much much faster than a human, can look at different scenarios i.e what happens if I apply VAT to the costs
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Practical Spreadsheet Task
The Shopping List – Extended Version
Open a new spreadsheet and create this shopping list as shown below
The yellow cells require a formula, which will be the Price multiplied by the Quatity
Use Borders and Shading and fill cells
In cell E4, you need to put the formula to work out the Total Price of Crisps.
This will be Price multiplied by Quantity
See the suggeation below
Write a formula to work out the price of all of the other items.
Another Extension Task : Football table revisited
Create a Premier League football table like the one shown below. Add more teams and change some of the results.
In this interactive short course, the learner joins Sakura and Nikau to learn about data, digital footprints, the Internet of things, Big Data, and the implications these have for us as people, and our future.