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Yeah for Friday!! Learning Goal: To understand how to use the problem solving method factor label Hand back air bag labs and go over expectations More practice with Factor Label (online activity and density problems) Homework

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Air Bags – On Mars and in Cars Lab Report Components Pre-lab: State purpose of experiment Identify safety precautions specific to this experiment Summarize procedure for Part 1 and Part 2 During Lab and Post Lab: Data Table and Observations for Part 1 Data Table and Observations for Part 2 Calculations Conclusion restate purpose, identify the optimum mixture of baking soda and vinegar, explain why this is the optimum mixture, identify 2 sources of error and explain how this error affected your results Extension Questions

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Yeah for Friday! Answer the following questions in your notes: GasDensity (g / L) Chlorine2.95 Nitrogen1.17 Neon0.84 Ammonia0.718 Methane0.665 1.A sample of gas has a mass of 5.0 grams and a volume of 5952.4 mL, what is the density? 2.Using the table below, which gas is this? 3.What is the mass in kg of 14.0 L of gasoline? The density of gasoline is 0.680 g/cm 3. Remember, 1 mL = 1 cm 3.

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Homework: Take Air Bag Moodle Quiz by Monday night at midnight (only one attempt) Finish Factor Label problems (online)

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