Scioly2443 wrote:Does anybody have any practice test links they can give me? I cannot find any tests for this event.
Srama wrote:If I want to follow Guideline 3.B which states that answer should be in metric and approximate significant figures, Can anyone tell me how would you express the final answer for Boyles law problem.
Also, Is the answer expected to be adjusted to scientific notation for full credits?
For Eg:A container holds 2L of helium. When the pressure is reduced to 2.5 atmospheres and the volume in the container increases to 12L, what was the initial pressure exerted on the container?
Srama wrote:Much appreciate your response.
I specifically choose the above example, since the lowest sig fig is "1". That case, how do you express your final answer?
2. for density, answers could be in any metric units ? gm/cm3 ? or should it be in kg/m3
3. Pascal or Kilopascal should be good for pressure, right?
I understand "unless specified " clause.
Rock&Roll92 wrote:Alright, I may be doing this at states because no one else will. Is there anywhere in particular I should start? LIke looking things up or looking at practice tests and basing things off there? The rules are pretty vague, for density of solid, liquids, and gasses for example should we know the density of each material at room temperature?
Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 1 guest