Midpoint Formula
Distance Formula
Law of Syllogism
If p, then q
If q, then r
If p, then r
Law of Detachment if the hypothesis of a true conditional statement is true, then the conclusion is also true
Corresponding Angles - <2 and <6, <1 and <5, <4 and <8,
Chapter 1
Midpoint Formula
Distance Formula
Complementary Angles two angles who measures sum to 90
Supplementary Angles two angles who measures sum to 180
Adjacent Angles two angles that share a common vertex and side but have no common interior points
Li
CHEMISTRY 11 REVIEW
Appendix D
D1 Matter and Chemical Bonding
(a)
SUMMARY
(b)
most active
most active
lithium
mass number (number of
protons plus neutrons)
(Z + N)
potassium
fluorine
Z
bromine
sodium
X
chlorine
calcium
A
barium
iodine
magnesium
least acti
Unit 5
Electrochemistry
ARE YOU READY?
Safety and Technical Skills
1. What should you check before plugging in electrical equipment?
2. List some safety precautions for operating electrical equipment.
Prerequisites
Concepts
Identify the major
components o
Unit 4
Chemical
Systems and
Equilibrium
ARE YOU READY?
Knowledge and Understanding
1. Figure 1 shows a series of diagrams of a crystal of sucrose, C11H22O11(s), suspended in an aqueous solution of sucrose, C11H22O11(aq), over a period of 11
days. The syst
Unit 3
ARE YOU READY?
Energy Changes
and Rates of
Reaction
Knowledge and Understanding
(a)
Figure 1
There are different changes of matter in these
examples.
Prerequisites
(b)
Concepts
endothermic and exothermic
chemical reactions
potential energy, kinetic
Unit 2
Structure and
Properties
ARE YOU READY?
Safety and Technical Skills
1. Before using an electrical device, such as a high-voltage spark-producing device,
what safety precautions should you take?
Prerequisites
Concepts
Use definitions of ionic and
mo
Unit 1
Organic
Chemistry
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Understanding Concepts
1. Write the IUPAC name for each of the following compounds.
CH2 CH3
(a)
(b) CH2 CH2 CH3
C
CH3
Prerequisites
IUPAC nomenclature of
simple aliphatic
hydrocarbons, including
cyclic compounds
str
Unit One MCV4U-A
Lesson One Rates of Change and Derivatives
1. The height in metres of a ball dropped from the top of the CN Tower is given by , where
is time elapsed in seconds.
a. Draw the graph of with respect to time.
b. Find the average velocity for
Unit One MCV4U-A
Lesson One Rates of Change and Derivatives
1. The height in metres of a ball dropped from the top of the CN Tower is given by, where
is time elapsed in seconds.
a. Draw the graph of with respect to time.
b. Find the average velocity for t
Unit 1 Lesson 1 Key Questions
1. A) Please see graphing paper.
B)
= -117.4 m/s
C)
i)
= -137 m/s
ii)
= = -229.9 m/s
iii)
= = -304.9 m/s
D)
= = -304.9 m/s
2. A)
Therefore the sugar will all be dissolved at 5.123 seconds.
B)
= 0.4 g/s
C) Please see graphing
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