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Unformatted text preview: 1 Grade 10 Unit 1 Accurate measurements 100s of free ppts from www.pptpoint.com library 2 Chemistry is a precise science Therefore we have to measure very carefully We need to record the uncertainty associated with each piece of apparatus We need to be careful with significant figures. We need to be able to construct an accurate graph with all the bells and whistles like heading, labels, units, clear accurate points etc. When we do maths on the uncertainties we must carry the uncertainties forward in the correct manner. We must be very careful with units. 3 What a load of hot air you may be thinking ? 4 At all times try and use your brain and dont just memorize all this. Most of it is common sense and we do not expect you to get it all right first time. In fact these are exactly what is wanted in the IB Science internal assessments, so if you are good this year, you should be brilliant by Grade 12 5 For liquids in thin tubes we read the bottom of the meniscus with our eye at this level 6 7 8 9...
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