or work sheet
- a sheet of paper on which work schedules, working time, special instructions, etc., are recorded.
- a piece or scrap of paper on which problems, ideas, or the like, are set down in tentative form.
- Accounting. a sheet of paper on which is printed a series of columns and into which tentative figures are entered as a preliminary step in preparing the adjusted or final statement.
- Computers. a page or section of a workbook, usually in a spreadsheet application.
Origin of worksheet
First recorded in 1920–25
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Contemporary Examples of worksheet
The teacher who created the worksheet admitted “extremely poor judgment,” and will apologize to the students in the class.D.C. Public Schools Hides Teacher Who Told Students to Compare Bush to Hitler
September 11, 2014
Historical Examples of worksheet
- a sheet of paper used for the preliminary or rough draft of a problem, design, etc
- a piece of paper recording work being planned or already in progress
- a sheet of paper containing exercises to be completed by a pupil or student
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