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Saved the Day! Pt 3 and beyond

Unit 7: Conservation of Mass in Reactions
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: SWBAT interpret their lab results for percent yield and perform a basic error analysis before practicing their mass to mass conversions.

Big Idea: Most labs do not go perfectly, but good scientists acknowledge and analyze their errors to do better.

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