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You Will Need: 1.Pencil, Colored Pencils, Periodic Table (textbook) 2.Counting Atoms Picked Up Yesterday – Due anytime today 3.Counting Total Atoms in Compounds – Bookshelf – 2 pages 3 sides 4.Log #4 – Update 5.STAR Cumulative Quiz on Cards on Friday. We are changing seats!

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1.MANAGER– Organizing, Understanding, Turning in Work 2. MATERIALS MANAGER– Collecting, Keeping supplies in good condition, Returning, Organize Table Box 3. TIMER/DESIGNER– Track and Communicate Time, In charge of design, sketching and quality of product 4. ORAL PRESENTER– Communicator, Asks Questions for the group, Presents finding

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You Will Need: 1.Pencil, Colored Pencils, Periodic Table (textbook) 2.Counting Atoms Picked Up Yesterday – Due anytime today 3.Counting Total Atoms in Compounds – Bookshelf – 2 pages 3 sides 4.Log #4 – Update 5.STAR Cumulative Quiz on Cards on Friday.

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1.Retakes for 91/130 or lower + any C papers if you talk to me about it. 2.Retakes offered until Monday, April 18 th 3.Get Test #3 Signed and Correct 5 errors – Tell why you missed: #1, 20,21,22,32

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1) You will need: Yellow, Red, Green and 2)Color molecules according to key Yellow = Hydrogen Red = Oxygen Green = Chlorine Black = Carbon BLACK

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1) Build a model of Compound Listed Below Managers = CCl 4 Materials Managers= C 2 H 4 Oral Presenters = CH 3 OH Timer/Designer = HCHO

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1) Speed and Accuracy will win! 2)Use your classroom as a resource. 3)First table to hold up required molecules wins.

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1)Build 4 water molecules 2)Build 2 diatomic Oxygen molecules 3)Build two CO 2 molecules 4)Build 2 Hydrochloric acid molecule ( HCl) 5)Build 2 Methane molecules (CH 4 )

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1) Materials Managers – Check your box! 2 blue 4 red 2 orange 6 black 4 green 15 yellow 2 purple

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1.Yesterday we counted the total atoms needed to build ONE compound model. 2.Coefficients (Big Number in front of the compound formula), tell HOW MANY MODELS 5 ZnSO 4 Zn = Zinc = 1 S = Sulfur = 1 O = Oxygen = 4 30 atoms X5 x5

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1) Counting the Atoms of one molecule and then multiplying that by how many molecules you need to build. Example: #2: 4 HNO 3 H = 1 N = 1 O = 3 X 4= 5 atoms 20 atoms

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1.Counting Atoms – Due today 2.Complete Counting Total Atoms in Compounds – Due tomorrow. 3.Signed Test #3 + 5 Corrections – Due on Thursday #1, 20,21,22,32 4.Study for STAR Cumulative Quiz on Cards for Friday

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1.Counting Atoms – Due today 2.Complete Counting Total Atoms in Compounds – Due tomorrow. 3.Signed Test #3 + Corrections Due on Thursday 4.Study for STAR Cumulative Quiz on Cards for Friday

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