This listing offers a three-page unit one exam for students taking high school general chemistry. You can also use this resource as a summative study guide instead upon conversion to Microsoft Word using an Adobe Acrobat Reader app.
This assessment covers the following skills and subtopics.
- State the rule for determining the number of significant figures in the answer of a multiplication/division problem
- Explain the difference between quantitative and qualitative data
- Identify the independent and independent variable from an experimental description
- Complete the table and identify the symbol, factor, and scientific notation for six metric prefixes
- Identify the quantity from the SI base unit or vice versa
- Calculate the mass, density, or volume using the density equation
- Calculate the percent error from experimental and theoretical data
- Interpret a data table to determine whether three different scientists are accurate and precise
- Identify the number of significant figures in six different numbers
- Round six numbers to four significant figures
- Perform eight metric conversions
I included a three-page key with the answers in red font. I also fully mapped out the work showing the equations used for each problem.
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