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April 1. Convert as asked and show work. Convert 35 lb/in 2 to kg / cm 2 . Convert 150 km/hr to mile/hr. April 3. Convert as asked and show work. Convert 77 g of NaBr to moles. Convert 4.2 moles of ZnCl 2 to grams. April 7. Convert as asked and show work.

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• Convert as asked and show work.

• Convert 35 lb/in2 to kg/cm2.

• Convert 150 km/hr to mile/hr.

• Convert as asked and show work.

• Convert 77 g of NaBr to moles.

• Convert 4.2 moles of ZnCl2 to grams.

• Convert as asked and show work.

• Convert 0.78 moles of CsBr to molecules.

• Convert 5.4 x 1023 mc of CsBr to moles.

• Convert as asked and show work.

• Convert 250 g of LiF to molecules.

• Convert 7.3 x 1022 mc of LiF to grams.

• Convert as asked and show work.

• The distance between Wichita and Washington DC is ______ miles.

• A single paper clip is 2 cm long. How many trips between Wichita and DC could be made with a mole of paper clips?

• Plot the mass of citric acid on the x-axis and vol of CO2 on the y-axis.

• Find the slope of your line.

Graph the rubberband data with an appropriate title and label on axes. You will need a key to do this correctly.

Graph the rubberband data with an appropriate title and label on axes. You will need a key to do this correctly.

Graph the rubberband data with the appropriate title and axes labels. A key will be necessary.

• A substance decomposes at 308 – 310 oC, is insoluble, nonconductive, and shatters. Based on this information, how should this solid be classified?

• Another substance is nonconductive and cannot be melted in a burner flame of 800 oC. Based on this information, how should this solid be classified?

• Based on the data table, what are the independent variables?

• Based on the data table, what is the dependent variable?

• What are three things that would need to be constant for a fair test?

• What temperature is best for corn seeds to sprout?