MTH 121 CLO6 Common Mastery Questions

MTH 121 CLO6 Common Mastery Questions - plan to conTnue...

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Questions CLO 6: Apply appropriate algebraic methods models and operations to solve problems commonly associated with your profession. Mastery for this is determined by reaching level 3 rubric score on at least 5 of the questions. Question 1: Page 1 of 5
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Questions Question 3: 1 mol of carbon-12 contains 6.022 x 10 23 carbon-12 atoms with a mass of 12 g. A. Calculate the mass of one carbon-12 atom. Express your answer using scientific notation. B. Calculate the number of carbon-12 atoms in 20.0 g of carbon-12. C. Calculate the number of moles of carbon-12 atoms in 20.0 g of carbon-12. Page 3 of 5
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Questions Question 4: A number of years ago, the city planning department started a tree planting program to beautify the city. Below are data that show the total number of trees (including new trees planted) in the city since the program began. Year 1988 1989 1990 1992 1995 1997 # of Trees 582 620 658 734 848 924 A. You are a member of the city planning department and your job is to decide if the department's
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Unformatted text preview: plan to conTnue planTng the same number of trees each year unTl the goal of a total of 5,000 trees was reached. B. Assuming that no trees die, what should be the total number of trees in the city in the year 2020? Show how you found your answer. C. In a 1989 newspaper arTcle, the city claimed that it would have a total of 5,000 trees in the city by the Tme of the city's centennial celebraTon in the year 2088. If the planTng of the new trees conTnues through the years at the same rate, can this goal be met? JusTfy your answer. D. Write a short le±er to the editor of the newspaper explaining your Fndings a²er examining the data. Be sure to support your claim with algebra. Page 4 of 5 Questions Queston 5: You’ve been asked to make a 50 mL of 2% dextrose soluTon from a 30% dextrose stock. How much diluent will you need for the mixture? How much stock would you need to make 150 mL of 5% soluTon? Page 5 of 5...
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