During the break you must:
1) Watch the short tutorials and take notes:
2) Use what you have learned to sketch and color code your own periodic table (Use white construction paper). Include labels or a key to identify the following:
alkali metal, alkaline earth metals, transition metals, inner transition metals, noble gases and halogens.
You do not have to draw a box for each element. Include elements 1-20 and the 1st element for each group of the transition metals.
Attached is the study guide for the semester 1 Algebra 2 final. We have not yet covered every topic in the packet, but you should be able to solve every problem from units 1,2, and 3 easily.
Algebra 2 Final Study Guide
Hello! Attached is the rubric for the adopt-an-element extra credit project. It will be worth 15 points. Adopt-an-Element Project
The project is due Wednesday January 10th, 2018.
Complete the copper isotopes chart.
After what you read and discovered from peers today about isotopes; use the chart you created in order to create an answer to the following questions:
1.What is the same between these two atoms? What’s Different? What do you think we should call them?
2. How might this explain why atomic masses are not whole numbers?
Provide evidence and reasoning to support your claim for #2
As part of your assessment from our Quadratics Unit, you are required to create a poster that describes the various parts of a quadratic and how you can use these parts to create a graph of the quadratic. Additionally, you are required to find examples of parabolas in everyday life.
Attached here is the project description and rubric, you received your equation in class: Quadratic Equation Project
I have also attached pictures of the list of assigned equations for each class.
Algebra 2: Here is a mixed review worksheet to practice for the quadratics quiz on MONDAY. Solving Quadratics Practice
Chemistry; Answer the following question: “Are all atoms of an element exactly the same?” Explain your ideas.
Hello all! Enjoy your snow day tomorrow.
Attached is your homework – practice problems! These are good practice for using square root method to solve quadratics. Solving Quadratics by Taking the Square Root
For homework- draw a Bohr model of potassium and one of chlorine. Make sure to follow the rules we learned on 12/12!
For those of you in my 3rd hour, this is homework. For all others, these are more problems to practice solving quadratics using the quadratic formula.
Review problems with answers for the test tomorrow. The bolded problems are the answers.
Unit 3 Review Problems with Answers