# SSAC General Collection Modules

Following are short descriptions of the available modules. To access any of them, select from the list and you will connect to cover material including learning goals, context of use, and other information. Within the cover material (under "Teaching Materials") there is a link by which you can download the student version of the module. You can also request an instructor's version by clicking on the "request" link under Teaching Materials.

There are a couple of ways of searching for modules. The box below left provides a full-text search of the cover material about the module, so you can search by author, subject, or keyword. The controlled vocabularies below right allow targeted searches by three different dimensions (click on the links to see the full, hierarchical vocabularies): Math content (Quantitative Concept) (Microsoft Word 41kB Jun17 10), Context (Subject) (Microsoft Word 29kB Jul13 07), and Excel Skill (Microsoft Word 32kB Jul13 07).

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# Quantitative Concepts Show all Quantitative Concepts

- Finding maximum/minimum 1 match
- Iteration 1 match

## Calculus; Numerical methods

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# Excel Skills Show all Excel Skills

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## Logic Functions

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Calzones vs. Mini-Pizzas -- A Linear Programming Problem part of Spreadsheets Across the Curriculum:General Collection:Examples

Spreadsheets Across the Curriculum module. Students build a spreadsheet to find the combination of mini-pizzas and calzones that maximizes revenue given constraints on labor time and baking time.

Subject: Business, economics and finance : Business , Mathematics, statistics and computers:Mathematics

Excel Skills: Logic Functions:IF, Basic Arithmetic:Nested Formulas, Arithmetic Functions:SUMPRODUCT, Graphs and Charts:XY Scatterplot:Multiple Plots, Logic Functions:AND

Archimedes and Pi part of Spreadsheets Across the Curriculum:General Collection:Examples

Spreadsheets across the Curriculum Activity. Student build spreadsheets that allow them to estimate pi using the same iterative process as Archimedes.

Subject: Social science:History, Mathematics, statistics and computers:Mathematics

Excel Skills: Basic Arithmetic, :Simple Formulas, Logic Functions, :IF