Calculus Option Notes [RR]
IB Math HL
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HAESE Mathematics HL Calculus Option workbook
Convergence thread on IB Survival forum
Course Selection Guide
Students in our programs should always refer to the lists of courses provided at the
Summer College website; these are the only courses available to the students we admit
for the Summer Quarter. Current Stanford students have additi
Essential Biology 03.2: Carbohydrates, Lipids and Proteins
Define organic molecule.
Organic molecules are molecules that come from living things. Most have carbon with some
2. What are three carbon-containing groups or molecules that are no
The poem presents the reader with a power shift from male to female but could also
highlight that the story is not simply restricted to a male perspective. In this light,
Duffy is, like in Mrs Midas, highlighting how certain members of societ
Friday, 15 November, 2002, 17:24 GMT
Obituary: Myra Hindley
Myra Hindley: The woman Britain never forgave
Moors murderer Myra Hindley has died in hospital following a chest infection, at
the age of 60.
For many years, Myra Hindley was depicted by the tabl
IB Economics Markschemes Definitions
Actual growth is an increase in real output for an economy over time. It is measured as
an increase in real GDP.
Aggregate demand is the total spending in an economy consisting of consumption,
investment, government ex
Name & partners name
What was the investigation trying to prove/ determine/ find ?
For those labs that have a hypothesis, state what you would have expected to happen.
Usually expressed as If _, then _ (will happen).
The Variety of Compounds
1. Generally, when compounds are formed, how do their properties differ
from the elements from which the compounds are composed?
When compounds are formed, they have properties that differ greatly from hthe
properties of the e
Types of Reaction
2 substances combined to form a single product
A single compound broken down into 2 or more products
Hydrogen or a hydrocarbon burn in oxygen to produce
The Periodic Table
The Periodic Table
Color, mass, smell, boiling point, melting point, freezing
point, density, electrical conductivity, atomic configuration.
Nucleus is composed of protons
Solutions- homogeneous mixtures
Nature of Mixtures
Consists of two or more kinds of matter
Each substance in a mixture keeps its own properties
Sugar and water- wet and sweet
Brine (salt water)- wet and sa
5.1 Ionic Compounds
1. How are binary ionic compounds named?
Binary ionic compounds are named by first naming the metal element and then the
nonmetal element, with its ending changed to -ide. Subscripts are used in formulas to
indicate how many atoms of e
4.1 The Variety of Compounds
Generally, when compounds are formed, how do their properties differ from the
elements from which the compounds are composed?
When compounds are formed, their properties (both physical and chemical) are greatly
Evidence of Chemical Reactions
How do you know a chemical reaction has occurred?
If you see a solid formed from a solution, it is good
evidence that a chemical change has occurred.
Change in e
Development of the Periodic Table
How did Mendeleev organize the 60 or so elements known at the time
presented his periodic table?
Mendeleev organized the 60 or so elements known at the time he presented his periodic
table by accordingly to mass. H
Chemical Bonding- Ionic Bonds
Ionic molecules- Properties
High melting point hard to break the + ions from - ions
Soft (easy to crush) relates no brittleness
No smell ions don't break fro solid (it needs to be a gas)
Conduct electricity when
Atoms and Their Structure
1. Explain Lavoisiers experiments that disproved the phlogiston theory?
He made a measurement of chemical change in a sealed container. He observed that the
mass of reactants in the container before a chemical reaction was equal