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TTU - CHEM 1307 - Study Guide - Midterm

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Study Guide and Tips for First Midterm Examination.

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✱ When entering Scientific notation on a calculator It is important to be aware exactly how to. Don't forget about the age old question of What is the relationship between covariance and the correlation coefficient?

一 Look for a button such as E, EE, or EXP which means “times ten” (x10) so you don't really type the number 10. We also discuss several other topics like What is the sum of two even numbers?

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could be entered on the calculator as 12.82 E9. If you want to learn more check out What is the meaning of contradiction in math?

✱ In the case of entering a negative exponents, some calculator require the sign to be inserted' after (in front of) the exponents. We also discuss several other topics like What is the meaning of locke in child psychology?

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could be entered as 3.02 E-3 or 3.02 E3-

Pressing 2nd SCI puts your calculator into scientific or exponential mode.

Mass vs. Height

- Mass (m) is the amount of material in an object
- Kg is the SI unit of mass.
- Weight (W) is the force that the mass “exerts” as a result of gravity (g)
- Weight is directly proportional to mass

- N=Newton: the weight force unit there are other weight force units like pounds(lbs) g has a unit of weight per mass
- g=9.81 M/kg or 1lb/lb
- lb can measure both weight and mass

Tips on chapters to study.

Chapter 1

Matter, Measurement and problem solving

Chapter 2

Atom and elements

✱ Focus on Isotope Problem!

Chapter 3

Molecules, compounds, chemical equations

Chapters 1-3 are the focused chapters of the exam.

Tools Needed / Knowletge of

periodic table

Comparison factor

Calculator

Use of practice exam on blackboard (very helpful)