1. What was found at Zultapec? What is unusual about the burials? A mass
grave was found. The number of people that were in the grave and how they
died, including dismemberment of the bodies was unusual about the burials.
2. Why did the Aztecs use human s
1. Take a gas piston from the Glassware shelf and place it on the workbench.
2. Take a balance from the Tools shelf and drop it directly onto the gas piston. Record the
mass of the empty piston.
Mass of empty piston 111.420 g
3. Select one of th
Unit Two: Text Questions
1. What are the goals of archaeology? The goals of archeology are to document and explain
the origins and development of human culture, understand culture history, chronicle
cultural evolution, and study human beh
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What leadership characteristics did George Washington demonstrate during the Revolution?
What are some of the important characteristics of a political leader? Did George Washington
demonstrate intelligence? Did he have skills as a leader, a communicator,
The history of America begins more than 12,000 years ago when nomadic hunters and seafarers
migrated from Asia to the Americas. By 1492, it was inhabited by millions of people living in hundreds of
diverse tribes. By the early seventeenth century, England
Colonists joyfully celebrated the British victory in the French and Indian War. The colonists were
proud of their English heritage and rejoiced in being associated with the powerful British
Empire. The victory meant the British had doubled their territory
Review Test Submission: 2.03 Quiz
MOVIP17 Core U.S. History (Semester 1) Section
8/23/16 11:02 AM
8/23/16 11:14 AM
9 out of 10 points
Unit 3 text questions
1. How does a team of archaeologists work together to carry out an
excavation? Each person is add by skill and education, that person works
doing that particular skill or thing that the education allows them to do. Then
each person w
What exactly is the big idea of archaeology?
Archaeologists have many jobs, but if you were to sum up their purpose in
just a few words it would be to uncover the past. This is not an easy task.
Artifacts are not simply snatched from ancient temples and t
Unit 3 lab questions
1. What challenges did the archaeologist's group face as they tried to find
Mayan monuments? Trees and other jungle materials have grown up over
and in the area.
2. Why is satellite information useful to archaeologists? Because the
Unit 3 notes
How exactly do archaeologists unearth ancient civilizations?
Imagine you have been digging for days under the hot desert sun. You have
found your weight in broken pottery and enough coins to stuff a piggy bank.
You are hot, tired, and wonderi
Change of an element (Mass/Charge)*Charge
Element on botton is electrons and top bottom is neutrons
Alkai metalts group 1, alkaline earth group 2
Halogens group 17,
noble gas group 18
(Mass of fi
MAT 1613 Calculus 1
Mat 1613 Calculus 1 (Corequisite: Mat 1323 or appropriate placement score for Mat 1613.)This course includes
the following topics: limits; continuity; the definition of the derivative; differentiation; a
008 Chapter 8 Chemical Reactions
When the following equation is balanced with the smallest integral coefficients, the coefficient of the
HCl(g) is _.
H2O(l) + SO2Cl2(l) HCl(g) + SO3(g)
F. some other value
The Study of Chemistry
The Molecular Perspective of Chemistry
Matter is the physical material of the universe.
Matter is made up of relatively few elements.
On the microscopic level, matter consists of atoms and
Factor, Unit and Symbols
Factor Label Method
Method of calculation utilizing a knowledge of units.
Given units can be multiplied or divided to give the
Conversion factors are used to manipulate units:
Units of Measurement
Derived units are obtained from the 7 base SI units.
units of distance
Units of velocity
units of time
Units of Measurement
The units for volume
are given by (units of
Uncertainty in Measurement
All scientific measures are subject to error.
These errors are reflected in the number of figures
reported for the measurement.
These errors are also reflected in the observation
that two successive measures of the same quant
Chapter 3 Atoms and
Law of Chemical Combination
Law of constant composition: any given compound is
composed of definite proportions by mass of its
For example, every sample of sucrose (C12H22O11, table sugar) contains
6.55 times th
Electronic Structure of Atoms
Understand why some substances behave as they do.
For example: Why are K and Na reactive metals? Why do H and
Cl combine to make HCl? Why are some compounds molecular
rather than io
7.1 Formula Masses
The formula mass (also called formula
weight) is the sum of the atomic masses
of all atoms of every element (not merely
each type of atom) in a formula unit.
(a) molecular masses (
Chemical properties describes the reaction a substance
undergo to form new substances.
The study of chemical changes is at the heart of
Some chemical changes or simple and some or
For example, changes that occur in
Basic Concepts of Chemical
Chemical Bonds, Lewis Symbols, and
the Octet Rule
Chemical bond: attractive force holding two or more
Covalent bond results from sharing electrons between
the atoms. Usually found between nonm
As you are keenly aware, we must help the students to learn the material in the elementary courses far more than in the
regular general chemistry course. Every experienced instructor knows that we must teach our students to do scientific alge
Lab 4: Determination of Absolute Zero
Student Name: Rebecca Kelly
Date Experiment done:
Date Report Completed:
Name of Grader: Mrs. Anderson
Hypothesis: A prediction of what you think the results of the project will be. Write your hypothesis before you