Chemistry 8-27-13 Significant Figures, Pt. 1

CHEMISTRY: So you’ve been using been using significant figures all along when you were measuring in the lab! Now the other half – using them in calculations will be no big deal at all! Take a stab at it tonight and we’ll finish up tomorrow.

Don’t forget to be studying for the SI quiz!!

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Hon Chemistry 8-27-13 Significant Figures & Intro to Accuracy and Precision

HON CHEMISTRY – So which is more important, accuracy or precision? Good question! Did you find the formula for percent error yet? I’ll bet it’s one that you’ve used before. Let’s talk more about error in the lab tomorrow!

Here’s our discussion of significant figure. Don’t lose this one – you’ll use it all year!!

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Physics 8-27-13 … and the Tortoise & the Hare

PHYSICS: I’m really proud of your work today and how you tackled the challenge with a great “can do” spirit! Did you ever get your GLX to work? And did you get to view motion on the computer?

BTW – Just in case you ever need it, here is an old vodcast with the solution to the tortoise and the hare problems – # 21 & 22.

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