# Chemistry 9-1-11 Conversion Factors

CHEMISTRY – Great job with conversion factors today! And thanks for being so patient with the computer and its operator! I’m posting a lecture from last year so that hopefully it won’t have as many interruptions and complications. How’s the homework going? Make sure you practice using your notes tonight, it’ll help you remember the steps we followed today in class. You’re doing great!

## 30 thoughts on “Chemistry 9-1-11 Conversion Factors”

1. Sarah G C7 says:

Do we have to write our homework in complete sentances for the questions, Ms. Skinner? I did but I wasn’t sure if we had to or not.

2. Brian B C7 says:

When we have a number, and it is larger than the amount of sig. figs. that is allowed, We put our answer in scientific notation,so that it is the correct number of sig. figs., right?

3. Kyle G C1 says:

After looking over my notes and the video, I’m actually finding conversion factors to be pretty easy so far. Thanks Ms.Skinner.

• Ms. Skinner says:

Kyle – That’s great! Holler if I can help!

4. Ashley F C1 says:

im still confused on some of the converstion factor stuff,but hopefully the help session will clear things up

5. Elliot L C6 says:

After doing so many problems, the conversion factors have actually become a lot easier for me. Practice makes perfect, I guess.

6. Cornelia T C6 says:

Are we goin to go over more conversion factors im still a lil not sure on them

7. Vasiliy B C7 says:

Are we going to go over the conversion factoring homework tomorrow in class?

8. Nicole M C4 says:

I’m having a little trouble with the sig figs still.. but i’ll get there!! and i like doing the conversion factors. thanks ms. skinner

9. Ally E C1 says:

i know 3.26×10Β³ would be 3 significant figures but why would it not be 6 significant figures since the zeros would come after the decimal point??

10. Sarah G C7 says:

I like sig. figs. so far but I have to rememner to set up the convertion factors up with the right formula. Thank you for going over it so clearly, Ms. Skinner! π

11. Natalie W C1 says:

I am starting to get the hang of conversion factors and sig figs, but i still would like some more help. Will the help sessions be on friday mornings from now on or if not when will the next one be?

• Ms. Skinner says:

Natalie – Did you hear that we’re going to have one last help session this week on Friday morning at 7:15? Glad you are starting to get the hang of it!

12. Phillip H C4 says:

Ms. Skinner the help with conversion factors sure did help on all the homework this week. Thanks a lot!!

• Ms. Skinner says:

Phillip – Great!

13. Jesse O C4 says:

I have found the more I work these conversion factors, the easier they are becoming. It’s starting to become second nature.

14. Casey B C7 says:

Hey Ms. Skinner, what kind of table do you want us to make for the density lab we did today?

15. Allison W C7 says:

Hey Ms. Skinner, what time does the help session start again? thanks!

• Ms. Skinner says:

Allison – Sorry, I just got your post! We’ll have another help session on Friday at 7:15 A.M.

16. Ellen M C1 says:

I ready for another help session cause i am confused on some stuff, but i know another help session will help a lot

• Ms. Skinner says:

Ellen – Friday morning at 7:15 A.M.! π

17. Wesley W C1 says:

im starting to understand conversion factors more but i still need help on it.

18. Hunter J C4 says:

When will our next test be ?

• Ms. Skinner says:

Hunter – Did you check your syllabus? π

19. Aidan C C4 says:

Working on the boards really helped me do last nights homework!

20. Lauren H C7 says:

This videos are really helping me, cause there are somethings I did not understand but now that I’m going back and listening again it is helping.

• Ms. Skinner says:

Lauren – Great!

21. josi L C1 says:

Hey Ms. Skinner, conversion factors are getting easier and it’s fun when we write on the white boards.

• Ms. Skinner says:

Josi – Thanks for writing on the board for me yesterday! π

• Josi L C1 says:

You’re welcome! It was fun haha