This unit has everything that a teacher needs to teach a unit on significant digits or significant figures to physical science, chemistry, or physics students. This bundle contains a teaching PowerPoint, lecture notes for the teacher, an outline of the notes for students, a lab activity, practice problem worksheets, jeopardy review game, a quiz, and a final unit test.
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PowerPoint on Significant Digits with Teacher and Student Notes
Lab: The Use of Significant Digits in Making Measurements
Significant Digit Practice Problem Worksheet
Worksheet: Calculating with Significant Digits
Jeopardy Review Game on Significant Digits
Quiz: Significant Digits and Metric System
Significant Figure Unit Test
Topics covered are:
- Definition of significant digits.
- Pictures of rulers with different markings are used as examples to help students understand the meaning and importance of using significant digits in scientific measurements.
- All of the rules for using significant digits are clearly stated. Many examples using each rule are given.
- Once the rules have been covered, students are given practice problems that involve the use of all rules.
- Determining significant digits when rounding. Students are given practice problems and asked to round to a given number of significant digits.
- Rule for rounding to the correct number of significant digits when adding and subtracting. Rule is clearly stated. Students are given practice problems.
- Rule for rounding to the correct number of significant digits when multiplying and dividing. Rule is clearly stated. Students are given practice problems.
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All answers are included.
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