8 Apply knowledge and the methods characteristic of scientific inquiry to think

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8. Apply knowledge and the methods characteristic of scientific inquiry to think critically about and solve theoretical and practical problems about physical structures and processes. Dead Week Policy: I. Policy Statement No undergraduate classes provided by Boise State University will give any test or examination  during the last seven calendar days preceding the first day of the officially scheduled final  examination period of the fall or spring semester (traditionally referred to as “Dead Week”), except in those particular courses that are offered in an accelerated time frame less than 15 weeks and/or  wherein it is deemed necessary by departmental policy (e.g., lab, artistic performance, project  presentation, team analysis, etc.). Online courses are expected to adhere to the policy whenever  possible, but they are allowed to make exceptions when the course schedule differs from the regular semester schedule.
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A quiz (Quiz #11) is scheduled to be due during dead week – this is not an examination, but a normal  homework quiz. Course-Specific Chem 111 Learning Objectives (A core course) At the successful conclusion of this course, a student should be able to: - analyze data or models for trends and relationships - use data or models to make meaning, draw conclusions, or draft hypotheses and make predictions - articulate an understanding of the particulate nature of matter ("thinking" on the level of atoms and molecules) - relate the basic structure of atoms and molecules to their chemical properties and behavior - solve basic chemical problems related to the behavior and properties of atoms and molecules by drawing upon your conceptual understanding of chemistry and your knowledge of quantitative relationships - identify, use, and articulate an understanding of information derived from both written and spoken sources Course Accessibilty: To request academic accommodations for a disability, contact the Disability Resource Center by phone, (208) 426-1583, or e-mail, [email protected] . Students are required meet with a Disability Specialist prior to receiving accommodations and may be required to provide documentation to clarify accommodation requests. Information about a disability is confidential. More information on the accommodation process can be found at .
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