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Scooby_doo_mystery

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"Janine Towle" <[email protected]> MAYHEM MAYHEM BY MS. TOWLE BY MS. TOWLE Directions:  Your job is to help Scooby and the Gang solve the case of molarity  mayhem. Read the case below, use the clues, and determine how to get the  10 molarity monsters into saturated solutions. You should show ALL WORK  on a separate piece of paper. The team of two who defeats the most molarity  monsters correctly gets 5 points added to any category for the third quarter,  the second place team gets 4 points, the third place team gets 3 points, the  fourth place team gets 2 points, and the fifth place team gets 1 point. S cooby and the gang were in the mystery van cruising along Mudge Way in Bedford, Ma. Daphne asked,  “W “Where are we going Fred?” “Ms. Towle asked us to watch her class while she’s at the NSTA convention,” answered Fred.  “Jinkies,” exclaimed Velma, “a science classroom is one of my favorite places! Plus, I heard the room is brand- spanking new.” “Oh man,” groaned Shaggy, “I think I remember from high school that there is absolutely no eating in a science  classroom.” Just then his stomach rumbled. “Ro Reating?” asked Scooby, “Rat’s rorse ran rhosts!!” “You’re right there Scoob,” replied Shaggy, “no eating,  IS  worse than ghosts.” The gang made their way to Ms. Towle’s chemistry classroom and couldn’t believe what they saw.  Ten  monsters that looked like large Erlenmeyer flasks were wreaking havoc around the room. 
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course CHEM 100 taught by Professor Sdfsdf during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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