Significant Figures

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This text is meant to accompany class discussions. It is not everything there is to know about uniform circular motion. It is meant as a  prep for class. More detailed notes and examples are given in the class notes, presentations, and demonstrations (click here.)

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Combined Math Steps

In order to pull this off, you must know the order of math operations.

  • P: Parenthesis
  • E: Exponents
  • MD: Multiplication and division in the order they are presented
  • AS: Addition and Subtraction in the order they are presented

You must also know the rules for determining significant figures and how to add, subtract, multiply and divide them. Watch this YouTube video to see how it all comes together

 

Summary Quiz on Significant Figures


Here is a great online quiz on significant figures from a website called "general Chemistry Online". Every time you load the page new questions are asked. Some questions will occasionally repeat.

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by Tony Wayne ...(If you are a teacher, please feel free to use these resources in your teaching.)