Chemistry 9-8-11 Relationalships Among Data

CHEMISTRY – Can you believe it? We finished the chapter today! Kind of a crazy start to class, but do you understand powers of 10 better? Here’s the brief lecture from Thursday on direct and inverse proportions. It is brief info for the test, and then we’ll put it to practice in a couple of activities after the test.

Speaking of tests, one last help session tomorrow, Friday, morning at 7:15. BTW – go to Edline and look under “Tests” and you might find something that will help a lot as you begin to study. Yes, it’s time to begin studying; no, it’s not too early. And if you need extra practice on anything, don’t forget the help session tomorrow! Make a list tonight of the problems you need help with or questions you have. See you tomorrow!


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46 thoughts on “Chemistry 9-8-11 Relationalships Among Data

  1. I dont really understand direct and inverse proportions. I watched the video from today and it still didnt click. Can I just come ask you about it tomorrow at the help session?

  2. hey mrs skinner, is there going to be a vodcast or something over the powers of 10? because i really dont get it and i completely forgot about the help session this morning!!

    • When she was talking to our class about it she never said specifically. Just that we needed a data table with at least three columns.

  3. The lab today was very confusing at first but being able to communicate with the other groups made all the difference! Thank you Ms.Skinner!

  4. I’m so glad that we had to do the lab rough draft before we did the lab today. It let me plan ahead and I knew exactly what to do during the lab. Also by doing the lab I feel more confident with mass, volume, and density. It helped me alot.

  5. Good thing the lab today was a rough draft. My format was entirely wrong. But it did help me understand what this chapter is about.

  6. mrs skinner,
    on this weeks science in the news you said we had to print it off right? and answer the questions on a seperate sheet of paper?
    or do we write out the whole article?

    • Kelsey, yes you print off the article and staple it to the back of your questions. You do answer the questions on a seperate sheet of paper.

    • Audra, if you click the Science in the News tab at the top of Ms. Skinner’s blog, it will give you a link for the Word document with instructions and a guide to do Science in the News. Also on the side panel you can find links for websites to find your article.

  7. Audra, if you click the Science in the News tab at the top of Ms. Skinner’s blog, it will give you a link for the Word document with instructions and a guide to do Science in the News. Also on the side panel you can find links for websites to find your article.

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