workbook

[wurk-book]
noun
1.
a manual of operating instructions.
2.
a book designed to guide the work of a student by inclusion of questions, exercises, etc.
3.
a book in which a record is kept of work completed or planned.

Origin:
1905–10; work + book

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workbook (ˈwɜːkˌbʊk)
 
n
1.  an exercise book or textbook used for study, esp a textbook with spaces for answers
2.  a book of instructions for some process
3.  a book in which is recorded all work done or planned

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Main Entry:  workbook
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  in computing, a single spreadsheet file that contains a number of worksheets, often with related information; a collection of spreadsheets
Usage:  computing
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Example sentences
There will soon be a workbook up on the website to accompany the text, and a test bank is already available for instructors.
The student could show the paper workbook to the teacher for follow up with the unanswered questions.
The workbook provided below, was intended to help you prepare for the workshops.
Each workbook must be customized to specifically address the specified system.
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