# Hon Chemistry 8-26-21 Conversion Factors, Pt. 2

HON CHEMISTRY: Great job using conversion factors to work more advanced conversions! 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 convert from one unit to another using the Q-formula. (And yes, you have to do it that way!). Now go forth and conquer!

HOMEWORK UPDATE: For Thursday night, do Tuesday and Thursday night’s HW: Pg. R100 – 103: 1a,1c, 2g, 2h, 12a, 12c, 12e, 13 – 16, 59d-e, 60d-e AND Pg. 66: 58 and R100-105: 50, 68, 91; Skip a line between each and SHOW Correct Work

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## 6 thoughts on “Hon Chemistry 8-26-21 Conversion Factors, Pt. 2”

1. M Roberts HC6 says:

TRIUMPH- I did good on the SI prefixes and the quiz and lessons. I studied hard enough and I was able to get a pretty good grade on the quiz

2. N Lee HC6 says:

Triumph: I followed directions well this week. Whether it was formatting homework correctly, answering a question correctly on the quiz, or inserting images onto a Google Doc in the right way, I tried to always do exactly what Ms. Skinner wanted us to do.

3. I Stine HC6 says:

Triumph: I did well on keeping up with my assignments this week and learning the SI units because I kept up with reading ahead on the syllabus, and I practiced problems on SI units at home.

4. H Brown HC6 says:

Triumph: This week, I did well on learning SI units and prefixes. I did this by paying attention in class, studying at home, and doing practice problems on converting units.

5. S Giamportone HC6 says:

Triumph: This week, we had our first quiz over the SI units. I practiced problems all throughout the week and I was nervous for it, but I ended up making a pretty good grade because of my preparation.

6. C3 Alford, Grayson says:

no trouble on it at all.