Hon Chemistry 9-6-12 Relationships Between Data

HON CHEMISTRY – Hey guys, here’s lecture from Thursday on direct and inverse proportions. Just brief info for the test for now, and we’ll put it to practice in a couple of activities after the test.

By the way, speaking of tests, how’re you doing on these last problems? Are you able to pull together all we’ve done in this chapter? One last help session – tomorrow morning at 7:15. πŸ™‚


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Physics 9-6-12 Free Fall Acceleration

PHYSICS – So how do you like free fall? Here’s the lecture from Thursday on acceleration due to gravity. Hey, what’s your reaction time? Knowing what you now know, is there a way for you to figure that out?

Also, will this be number 3 or 4 in your lab book?. Put your data in a table and be sure and show all your calculations/work. (Don’t forget that all labs, these and the labs you’ve done that have reports on lab sheets are due on Monday.) Let’s play with the problems tomorrow and see if we can do something useful with free fall!



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Chemistry 9-6-12 Scientific Notation

CHEMISTRY – Great job with scientific notation today! Did you realize your calculator was so smart? Have you conquered it yet? Remember, the best way to really learn all of the things from this chapter is practice, practice, practice! And just so you can do that, I’ve put it all together in your homework tonight….cuz I love you! πŸ™‚ You can do it!!

Speaking of homework – have you finished up with the SI Scavenger Hunt? It’s due at the beginning of your class tomorrow!

Also, make sure you review the procedure you wrote for determining the mass of your lead shot sample. You may start as soon as you walk into the room. Be sure and follow proper experimental techniques & procedures. (Double check the lab sheet for hints on that!) Good luck!!


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