# Chemistry 9-1-22 Using Density

CHEMISTRY: Great review on density concepts and problems today, and more! Remember, in chemistry we use math as a tool, therefore we might work problems a little differently in chemistry than you do in your math class.

When working these problems, don’t forget to follow the problem solving steps we discussed today:

• Analyze – write down what you’re given and what you’re looking for
• Plan – write a formula where you isolate the unknown on one side by itself
• Compute – plug in your data, numbers and units; then cancel the units, and if they cancel correctly, go on to the calculator. Be sure and give your answer what the correct units.
• Evaluate – does your answer make sense, have you used the correct units, do you have the correct sig figs?

## 23 thoughts on “Chemistry 9-1-22 Using Density”

1. Q Thurman C1 says:

I used chemistry units while baking brownies last night. I needed to convert grams to teaspoons and instead of googling the answer first I just looked into my notes from class first.

2. A Strawn C4 says:

I used chemistry for my baking yesterday for monkey bread. I converted how many grams of sugar I needed for each bread slice into tablespoons just by looking at my notes and gathering the information I already learned from chemistry instead of looking it up on safari.

3. L Skinner HC6 says:

This week I have learned how to find the density of an object. I can use this in everyday life when I really need to know just how dense lukes brain is.

4. M Patel C7 says:

This week I learned how to use the metric system. And how to use conversions. So next time if I go to india I can use the metric system and be smart.

5. Ali Biglane says:

This week I learned how to convert factors. I used it this week when I was helping my dad make pancakes. I was able to figure out how many tsps are in a tbs.

6. C Morgan C2 says:

This week I learned how to do conversion factors. I can use this in everyday life when converting measurements for cooking.

7. M Fowler C2 says:

This week I have learned about conversion factors. I can use this when I am baking to convert. I can use the Q formula to solve.

8. M Flowers C4 says:

This week we learned about conversion factors. I can apply this to my everyday life when cooking/baking.

9. M Milligan C2 says:

We have learned a lot in chemistry the past few weeks. This week we learned about how to convert units using the Q formula. I can commonly use conversion factors while i’m cooking/ baking.

10. T Mastry C2 says:

We have learned a good bit in chemistry so far these past weeks. This week we learned about conversion factors and the Q formula. I can use this everyday for measuring the amount of pancake mix needed for so many pancakes.

11. C Crowder C2 says:

This week in chemistry, I learned the conversation factor this week. I learned that i could calculate how much protien I put into each shake I drink.

12. N Bone C4 says:

This week in chemistry I learned the conversion factors. I learned how to calculate how much protein I could put in my protein shakes for me to gain weight.

13. M Wrigley C1 says:

This week I learned about conversion factors. I can use conversion factors when I’m baking and need to use a different measurement.

14. K Moore C4 says:

This week I learned how to convert and how to use density. I can use conversion facts in my life when I’m cooking or making food with family. This week I also learned to how learn from my past mistakes to do better. I can also apply this to my everyday life. Once I make a mistake in life I can learn from it to become a better person and to be more successful.

15. K Bobo C2 says:

Throughout this week I learned about conversion factors. Conversion factors can help me when cooking meals or baking. They make it easier to measure ingredient ratios.

16. A Guy C2 says:

This week I learned about conversion factors. It began to make a lot more sense as I kept doing it. I can use conversions factors when baking a cake for my mom.

17. C Parolli C4 says:

This week I have learned about how to use conversion factors.I can use this in many ways when making stuff or baking stuff. I’m going to be using it some now.

18. E Cottam C1 says:

This week I learned about conversion factors in chemistry. This can help me in my everyday life when I bake/cook and I need to measure things.

19. N Chapman C4 says:

I learned learned about conversion factors this week. I can use this future knowledge to help with converting different units into the equivalent factor.

20. E Lyons C1 says:

This week I think the main thing I learned about was conversion factors. Conversion factors will stick with u for the rest off your life between if I’m cooking or trying to figure out how far I have to go in miles from kilometers.

21. M Cox HC6 says:

Something I learned in chemistry that I am applying to my everyday life is handling responsibilities. I have applied this by trying to stay on top of things I am responsible for and working harder.

22. Pond, Anna Grace says:

This week I learned many things about measurements and how to convert them. One example was that you can make a balance by using household items to measure things at home. I can apply this by using my balance to find the weight of coins.

23. A Pond C7 says:

This week I learned many things about measurements and how to convert them. One example was that you can make a balance by using household items to measure things at home. I can apply this by using my balance to find the weight of coins.