Reflection: Checks for Understanding Mole Conversion: Moles to mass (day 2) - Section 3: Practice Quiz


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Mole Conversion: Moles to mass (day 2)

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

Objective: TSWBAT perform mathematical computations converting moles of a substance to mass.

Big Idea: Students get a second day to master the mole and mass and mass conversions by taking a pop quiz...what students don't realize is it's only a practice quiz. The real quiz is tomorrow!

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