Hon Chemistry 8-30-21 Finding Relationships Between Data

HON CHEMISTRY – You’ve learned to gather the “pieces of the puzzle”, now it’s time to put them together so they can have meaning! Here’s our overview of direct and inverse proportions and a quickish review of graphs. Just brief info for the test for now, and we’ll put it to practice in a couple of activities after the test.

Speaking of putting things together, how’d you do with the density homework. We hit some of the bigger problems today after our discussion of graphs.

So we finished the chapter today! Ready for the test? As you study, remember, don’t just read your notes – practice your notes, practice the problems, practice the memorization!! By the way have you had a chance to check out the Chapter 2 Stuff to Know sheet and the chapter 2 study suggestions sheet? They are under the Test Info tab.

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5 thoughts on “Hon Chemistry 8-30-21 Finding Relationships Between Data

  1. Application- Learning the Q formula can be used in everyday life for stuff like cooking. You may need to convert measurements of ingredients to smaller or bigger units depending on the units labeled on your kitchen tools.

  2. Application- I learned not to just know the answer to questions, but to know why the answer is the answer, or why you work a problem the way you do. You can apply this to life by using critical thinking skills and asking “Why?”

  3. Application: Something that I have learned in chemistry is to always be observing and asking questions about the world around us. Whenever I hear about something or see something interesting, I always ask about it to learn more about how and why things work the way that they do. This can apply to things I see online, at school, at home, at a restaurant, etc.

  4. Application: Something I have learned from chemistry so far is that I cannot be the procrastinator that I naturally am. This applies to my life because normally, I just study the night before for quizzes (and tests), but I am trying to get better about it. I learned this lesson pretty quickly when I looked at the SI prefix chart and I knew I couldn’t memorize it all in one night. 🙂

  5. After learning the difference between precision and accuracy I remember how important it is to be accurate when doing homework instead of being precise and getting what everyone else got because that doesn’t mean they all got the right answer.

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