ALEKS Objectives_CHEM 120

ALEKS Objectives_CHEM 120 - Course Name: ALEKS Course:...

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ALEKS - Copyright © 2011 UC Regents and ALEKS Corporation. ALEKS is a registered trademark of ALEKS Corporation. P. 1/4 Course Name: Introductory Chemistry – CHEM 120 F 2011 Course Code: V9CFR-DKQY9 ALEKS Course: General Chemistry (First Quarter) Instructor: Dr. Miller Course Dates: Begin: 09/23/2011 End: 01/22/2012 Course Content: 171 topics Textbook: Timberlake: General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry: Structures of Life, 3rd Ed. (Prentice Hall) Dates Covered Objective 09/23 (12:01am) - 10/06 (11:00pm) Objective #1 10/06 (11:00pm) - 10/14 (11:00pm) Objective #2 10/14 (11:00pm) - 10/24 (11:00pm) Objective #3 10/24 (11:00pm) - 11/04 (11:00pm) Objective #4 11/04 (11:00pm) - 11/18 (11:00pm) Objective #5 11/18 (11:00pm) - 12/02 (11:00pm) Objective #6 12/02 (11:00pm) - 12/09 (11:00pm) Objective #7 Objective #1 (21 topics, due on 10/06 (11:00pm)) Section 1.1 (1 topic) Knowing the dimension of common simple SI units Section 1.2 (2 topics) Division of a decimal by a power of ten Converting between decimal numbers and numbers written in scientific notation Section 1.3 (1 topic) Counting significant digits Section 1.4 (4 topics) Rounding to a given significant digit Counting significant digits when measurements are added or subtracted Counting significant digits when measurements are multiplied or divided Adding or subtracting and multiplying or dividing measurements Section 1.6 (2 topics) Understanding the purpose of SI prefixes Knowing the value of an SI prefix as a power of 10 Section 1.7 (9 topics) Interconversion of prefixed and base SI units Interconversion of prefixed SI units Interconverting compound SI units Addition and subtraction of measurements Simplifying unit expressions Multiplication and division of measurements Estimating the volume in liters of a square prism object Finding the side length of a cube from its volume in liters Calculating volume by combining the volume of simple shapes Section 1.8 (2 topics)
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ALEKS - Copyright © 2011 UC Regents and ALEKS Corporation. ALEKS is a registered trademark of ALEKS Corporation. P. 2/4 Calculating mass density Using mass density to find mass or volume Objective #2 (26 topics, due on 10/14 (11:00pm)) Section 2.1 (2 topics) Using conservation of energy to predict the qualitative exchange of kinetic and potential energy Interconverting calories and joules Section 2.2 (2 topics) Interconverting temperatures in Celsius and Kelvins
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