Chemistry 9-5-13 Scientific Notation

CHEMISTRY – I like the way you are catching on to conversion factors! And great job with scientific notation today! Did you realize your calculator was so smart? Have you conquered it yet?

Need any extra help or practice? Help session tomorrow morning at 7:15ish A.M.

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! 🙂 You can do it!!

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26 thoughts on “Chemistry 9-5-13 Scientific Notation

  1. In scientific notation, if a zero is a significant figure, do you include it in the notation? Ex: 5.300 x 10 to the second power … in this case, both zeroes are significant because of the decimal

  2. I didnt know our calculators did scientific notation thats pretty cool. Thank you for showing us that it will come in handy.

  3. Thank you for the help session this morning. I was really confused at first but now I understand everything. Is there one Monday and Tuesday?

  4. are we going to have know about nutrition labels from last nights homework for the test, because that kind of confused me?

  5. I really enjoyed this weeks learning experience. I never knew so much went in to chemistry, who knew that math would come in handy in more ways than one. Oh and thanks for this mornings help session!

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