Hon Chemistry 8-23-12 SI Measurements, Pt. 1

HON CHEMISTRY – I forgot to mention the great job you did on the Oobleck lab the other day! Ever heard of a non-Newtonian fluid? Well now you have!

Soooooooo, anyway, here’s the lecture from Thursday on the intro to SI measurements. I’m sure it’s mostly review from your physical science days, but it’s a great opportunity to refresh what you’ve learned and to get ready to begin using it. We’ll finish up with derived units tomorrow. The quiz on SI prefixes will be next Tuesday!!

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Physics 8-23-12 Motion and Displacement

PHYSICS – What a “moving” lesson today! Get it? “Moving”? Okay, okay, I’ll stop. Here’s the lecture from Thursday on the intro to motion. Great beginning to kinematics! We’ll start out simple on the problems and then work our way up.

Are you ready for the lab tomorrow? Don’t forget to print out the lab sheet. And read it! 😉

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Chemistry 8-23-12 Scientific Method, Pt. 2

CHEMISTRY – Great fun with Oobleck today! Were you successful in using the scientific method? Look over your lab sheet carefully tonight as you write your conclusion. The lab sheet is due at the beginning of class tomorrow.

Here’s the notes from today on the rest of the scientific method – very short. BTW – any questions about the SI Scavenger Hunt?