Unit conversions

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Unit conversions

Postby lorrainerowe_1K » Sun Jan 22, 2017 5:17 pm

As I am working through the textbook problems, I see that there are many unit conversions. Do we have to memorize these conversions or will they be provided for quizzes and midterms/final?

Anmol Dhaliwal 2C
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Re: Unit conversions

Postby Anmol Dhaliwal 2C » Sun Jan 22, 2017 5:48 pm

Most of the common unit conversions are on the back of the periodic table given to us (the laminated one with the course reader) and for the quizzes so if it is on the back of the laminated periodic table, it is on the periodic table we get during the quizzes. I'm pretty sure we will be told if there are any we actually have to memorize instead because most are given.

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Re: Unit conversions

Postby Vivian Tan 3F » Sun Jan 22, 2017 11:42 pm

The practice quizzes in the back of the course reader also give great insight to how Dr. Lavelle will phrase his questions (units included).

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