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This packet contains 8 pages - 4 pages are the student version and 4 pages are the teacher version. I have included the first page of both the student and teacher versions. The packet is separated into 10 parts. I have included the directions for each section to give you an idea of what the students will be asked to do.

Part 1 - Directions: Fill in the blanks of the following table using a Periodic Table of Elements. If the information being asked for cannot be found on the Periodic Table, write CBF for Cannot Be Found.

Part 2 - Directions: The number of protons, electrons, and neutrons are given. Write a corresponding A-Z-E formula. You will need a Periodic Table of Elements.

Part 3 - Directions: Fill in the table using a Periodic Table of Elements and the short-hand A-Z-E formula that is given. Then indicate with a YES or NO whether each pair are isotopes.

Part 4 - Directions: The element name and mass number are given. Fill in the table.

Part 5 - Directions: The mass number and number of neutrons are given. Fill in the table.

Part 6 - Directions: Mercury has seven stable isotopes. Given the number of neutrons, write the number of protons and short-hand A-Z-E formulas for all seven isotopes of mercury.

Part 7 - Directions: Using your knowledge of isotopes, complete the following table.

Part 8 - Directions: The following table gives information on several stable isotopes. Fill in the column titled “Fractional Abundance” for each isotope.

Part 9 - Directions: Fill in the following table using the MOST abundant isotope of each element.

Part 10 - Directions: Using the table from Part 8, calculate the atomic mass of the following. You must show ALL work and include correct significant figures and units on your answers.

Part 1 - Directions: Fill in the blanks of the following table using a Periodic Table of Elements. If the information being asked for cannot be found on the Periodic Table, write CBF for Cannot Be Found.

Part 2 - Directions: The number of protons, electrons, and neutrons are given. Write a corresponding A-Z-E formula. You will need a Periodic Table of Elements.

Part 3 - Directions: Fill in the table using a Periodic Table of Elements and the short-hand A-Z-E formula that is given. Then indicate with a YES or NO whether each pair are isotopes.

Part 4 - Directions: The element name and mass number are given. Fill in the table.

Part 5 - Directions: The mass number and number of neutrons are given. Fill in the table.

Part 6 - Directions: Mercury has seven stable isotopes. Given the number of neutrons, write the number of protons and short-hand A-Z-E formulas for all seven isotopes of mercury.

Part 7 - Directions: Using your knowledge of isotopes, complete the following table.

Part 8 - Directions: The following table gives information on several stable isotopes. Fill in the column titled “Fractional Abundance” for each isotope.

Part 9 - Directions: Fill in the following table using the MOST abundant isotope of each element.

Part 10 - Directions: Using the table from Part 8, calculate the atomic mass of the following. You must show ALL work and include correct significant figures and units on your answers.

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