Reflection: Day 1: Chemistry Math Boot Camp - Section 4: Classroom Practice

 

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Day 1: Chemistry Math Boot Camp

Unit 5: Unit 6-Dimensional Analysis and The Mole
Lesson 1 of 9

Objective: TSWBAT solve non-related chemistry problems using scientific notation, conversions and factor labeling.

Big Idea: In order to understand stoichiometry, students first must sharpen their mathematical skills.

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