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a1 - Chemistry 2000B Spring 2002 Assignment 1 Due Thursday...

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Chemistry 2000B Spring 2002 Assignment 1 Due: Thursday, Jan. 24, noon Notes on significant figures: In this and all subsequent assignments and tests in this course, you should report your answers to a reasonable number of significant figures. Slavish adherence to the significant figure rules is not required, but you may be penalized if your final answers have either way too many or way too few digits. One thing which is however quite important is keeping extra digits in intermediate steps of a calculation to prevent accumulated round-off errors from affecting your calculated values. You can either write down a few extra digits or use your calculator’s memory to store intermediate results. Either way, your final answers should be exactly the same as mine to the number of digits displayed. To make sure that they are, use the molar mass table inside the front cover of your textbook in all assignments. Notes on graphs: From time to time, we going to have to draw graphs in this class. For assignments, either hand-drawn or computer-generated graphs are acceptable. Obviously in tests you’re going to have to draw your graphs by hand. If you have to produce a graph by hand for an assignment, use graph paper with a fine grid. However you produce them, they should be reasonably clearly labeled with the
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