Test 1

$PV=nRT$

Jessica Li 4F
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Test 1

How much of ideal gases will we have to know for Test 1? Thank you!

rabiasumar2E
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Re: Test 1

I'm not exactly sure but maybe a good way to gauge it would be to see how many ideal gas homework problems he's assigned? I would just be as comfortable with ideal gases as I could be to be prepared.

Matthew Chan 1B
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Re: Test 1

I think if we just look at the homework problems that he has assigned and look at the difficulty level of those, that would give us a pretty good idea of what the test would look like. Also I assume whatever has been mentioned in lecture up to Test 1 would be fair game as well.

Omar Selim 1D
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Re: Test 1

The best way to determine that is through lectures and the readings on the syllabus. I believe that in the syllabus Dr. Lavelle mentioned that 1 question on every test will be from the homework problems, so those are also a great way of studying.

Aiden Metzner 2C
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Re: Test 1

He said in his outlines you have to be able to calculate a certain variable of pv=nrt given all four of the others. So just simple algebraic calculations I think.

Maika Ngoie 1B
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Re: Test 1

Not too sure but his outlines should let us know exactly what concepts we have to know for Test 1

705367472
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I would definitely read the chapters. Also do as many of the homework problems as you can because that is always good practice. Dr. Lavelle also mentioned some of those will be on the test.

Viviana Velasquez
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The best way to study for the test is to make sure you know what's on his outlines. He goes based off of that for the most part.