Chemistry 9-4-20 Conversion Factors

CHEMISTRY: Great job with our start on using conversion factors to work problems! Hopefully this was a review from your earlier academic life. We’ll crank it up a notch tomorrow!! πŸ˜‰

Remember, this isn’t just about getting an answer – some of you can do that in your head. This is about being able to convert from one unit to another using the Q-formula. (And yes, you have to do it that way!)

Make sure you practice using your notes tonight, it’ll help you remember the steps we followed today in class!

If you need more practice on these or other problems, what about a HELP SESSION?


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Physics 9-4-20 Acceleration, Pt. 2

PHYSICS: Watch out for kitty cats in the road!! Good job with the derivations of acceleration formulas today! You’re doing really well with them – stay with it! Carefully examine what you know with the formulas you have that might fit. And if they don’t, examine what you do know that could lead you to what you need to know. You know? πŸ™‚

This weekend’s problems may be a little challenging, but you can do it!! Do you need some extra practice rearranging the formulas, or just working the problems? Help session?


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Hon Chemistry 9-4-20 Problem Solving – #79

HON CHEMISTRY: Great job using conversion factors and densityto work more advanced problems! It’s good to able to convert from one unit to another, but can you use that info to solve a real world problem?

Remember, this isn’t just about getting an answer – some of you can do that in your head. This is about being able to show the validity of your work – by using correct formulas and/or converting from one unit to another using the Q-formula. (And yes, you have to do it that way!). Now go forth and conquer!


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