Excel for the Math Classroom by Bill Hazlett
(Excel for Professionals series)

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This guide to enabling middle-grade mathematics teachers to use Microsoft Excel in the classroom focuses primarily on concepts taught in grades 4–10, with some pre-algebra lessons for higher grades. Including files available for downloading to create custom math worksheets, build self-grading interactive spreadsheets, and use Excel to demonstrate charts and Cartesian math, this handbook provides fun examples of probability, solving equations, magic squares, and compound interest.

About Bill Hazlett

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Bill Hazlett is a mathematics instructor at the University of Akron who taught for 30 years at both middle and high schools in the areas of industrial arts, mathematics, and computers. He lives in Akron, Ohio. Bill Jelen is an Excel expert at www.mrexcel.com, a regular on TechTV Canada's Call for Help, and a video podcaster who is regularly listed in the iTunes top 50. He is the author of Excel Gurus Gone Wild, Pivot Table Data Crunching, and 14 titles in the Excel for Professionals series. He lives in Akron, Ohio.
Published January 2, 2007 by Holy Macro! Books. 234 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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