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Wednesday, March 23 rd Entry Task If the shrimp are per pound, how many would you get if you bought 3 pounds of shrimp? Schedule: Practice problemsPractice problems Homework Chapter 10 review packet due 4/1Chapter 10 review packet due 4/1 Objective: I will practice calculations from 10.1 and 10.2 Please Have on Desk: Textbook, journal, pencil, calculatorTextbook, journal, pencil, calculator

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- 1 Monday, March 21 st Entry Task Schedule: Mass and the moleMass and the mole Homework: Chapter 10 review packet due 4/1Chapter 10 review packet due 4/1 Objective: I will convert between molar mass and number of particles. Please have on your desk: Textbook, journalTextbook, journal
- 2 Tuesday, March 22 nd Entry Task Schedule: Moles of CompoundsMoles of Compounds Objective: I will calculate the molar mass of a compound Homework: Chapter 10 review packet due 4/1Chapter 10 review packet due 4/1 Please have on your desk: Journal open to green sheet with problemsJournal open to green sheet with problems
- 3 Wednesday, March 23 rd Entry Task If the shrimp are 10- 12 per pound, how many would you get if you bought 3 pounds of shrimp? Schedule: Practice problemsPractice problems Homework Chapter 10 review packet due 4/1Chapter 10 review packet due 4/1 Objective: I will practice calculations from 10.1 and 10.2 Please Have on Desk: Textbook, journal, pencil, calculatorTextbook, journal, pencil, calculator
- 4 Thursday, March 24 th Entry Task How does the mass of the assembled barbell compare with the mass of the unassembled barbell? Schedule: Empirical formulaeEmpirical formulae Homework Chapter 10 review packet due 4/1Chapter 10 review packet due 4/1 Objective: I will explain what is meant by percent composition of a compound Please have on your desk: Textbook, pencil, calculatorTextbook, pencil, calculator
- 5 Friday, March 25 th Entry Task What are two ways to calculate the percentage of the active ingredients? Homework: Chapter 10 review packet due 4/1Chapter 10 review packet due 4/1 Objective: I will determine the molecular formula of a compound from mass percent and mass data Schedule: Molecular formulasMolecular formulas Please have on your desk: Molecular formulasMolecular formulas

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