## Mass of an electron

Malia Shitabata 1F
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### Mass of an electron

Do we have to memorize the mass of an electron since it's a constant or will it be given on the reference sheet?

Baoying Li 1B
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### Re: Mass of an electron

No, you don't have to remember the mass of an electron. It will be on the reference sheet which will be provided to you during the midterm as test 1.

Simon Dionson 4I
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### Re: Mass of an electron

It will be provided on the front sheet along with other constants and equations.

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### Re: Mass of an electron

note: as for the midterm and final exam we are only given a periodic table, NOT the list of equations/constants. we just have to know them.

Jesse Anderson-Ramirez 3I
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### Re: Mass of an electron

The mass of an electron was provided on the formula sheet given out during midterm 1.

Jesalynne 2F
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### Re: Mass of an electron

You do not need to remember the mass of an electron since it is one of the constants that will be given on the formula sheet provided. The formula sheet will the same one from the midterm.

Mariah
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### Re: Mass of an electron

Malia Shitabata 3H wrote:Do we have to memorize the mass of an electron since it's a constant or will it be given on the reference sheet?

Its on the reference sheet.

TimVintsDis4L
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### Re: Mass of an electron

I'm fairly certain that almost all of the equations and constants will be provided for the final.

ramiro_romero
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### Re: Mass of an electron

No, it will be given on the reference sheet so you don't have to concern yourself with memorizing the number.

sbottomley3a
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### Re: Mass of an electron

It will be given on the reference sheet! It's listed as "constants and equations sheet" on his website if you want to practice with it before the exam.