The majority of class today was open time to complete work. However, we spent the first few minutes of class reviewing measurement conversions. Here are some of my notes from the discussion (they don't teach you anything, they're just to give you an example on what we did):
We practiced solving scientific notation problems. If you need help understanding how to solve these, send me an email (my email is listed in the "Contact" page of this blog) and I shall attempt to explain them to you.

Andrew has decided that if you choose to demonstrate an Open Experiment that you conducted to another class (such as a freshman class, a middle school class, your own class, etc), then you can earn an additional 5 points for the experiment.

Tomorrow we will be doing the Measurement Lab experiment as a class. If you complete a lab report for this experiment, you will receive 30 points.

  • Work on Unit 2 and Unit 3 assignments. (Andrew's notes on measurement are up on his DP in the February 3rd post titled "Unit 3- Measurement." My notes are in the  February 3rd post of this blog. If you would like this week's Weekly Planner, the Unit 3 worksheets, and parts 1 & 2 of one of this unit's labs, you can also find these on the post mentioned above.)

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