Orbital Notation Homework In Spanish

If you were absent or have no idea what I'm talking about in class you may want to review some of these tutorials! 

Online Textbook

Additional tutorials can be found on the Educreations website http://www.educreations.com/ 

 

Matter, Measurements, and Calculations Unit Tutorials

Introduction to Dimensional Analysis 

Measurements and Calculations Worksheet #1 

Measurements and Calculations Worksheet #2

Matter, Measurements, and Calculations Test Review

 

Atoms Unit Tutorials

Atoms Worksheet #1

Atoms Worksheet #1 problems 9,10,11

Mole Tutorial

Atoms Worksheet #2 (The Mole)

Atoms Worksheet #3 (More Mole Problems)                        

Atoms Test Review

 

Electron Unit Tutorials

Frequency, Wavelength, and Energy Tutorial and Electron Worksheet #1

Electron Configuration Tutorial

Electron Worksheet #2 (Standard Electron Configurations and Nobel Gas Notation) 

Electron Worksheet #2 (answer key only with orbital notation not a tutorial)

Blank Orbital Notation Page

Electron Worksheet #3

Electron Test Review

 

Periodic Table Tutorials

Periodic Table Worksheet #1

Periodic Table Worksheet #2

Periodic Table Test Review

 

Chemical Bonding Tutorials

Chemical Bonding Worksheet #1 (Ionic Bonding)
Chemical Bonding Worksheet #2 (Single Covalent Bonds)

Chemical Bonding Worksheet #3 (Double and Triple Bonds)            

VSEPR Chart Tutorial (shapes and hybridization)   

Chemical Bonding Test Review   

 

Nomenclature Tutorials

Scanned Answer Key Nomenclature WS #1, #2, and #3 (out of order and upside down - sorry!)

Nomenclature Worksheet #1 Tutorial (Percent Composition Problems)

Nomenclature Worksheet #2 Tutorial (Binary Molecular and Binary Ionic
Naming and Writing Formulas) 

Nomenclature Worksheet #3 Tutorial (Ternay Ionic Compounds and Acids Naming
and Writing Formulas)

Nomenclature Test Review

 

Empirical and Molecular Formulas Tutorials

EF and MF Worksheet and Test Review Answer Key (scanned)    

Empirical and Molecular Formula Worksheet Tutorial 

EF, MF, and Nomenclature Test Review Tutorial

 

Reactions Tutorials
Writing and Balancing Equations Tutorial Worksheet #1   
Writing and Balancing Equations Tutorial Worksheet #2
Predicting Products and Balancing Equations Tutorial Worksheet #1
Predicting Products and Balancing Equations Tutorial Worksheet #2
Predicting Reactions WS 1 front answer key back page answer key
Predicting Reactions WS 2 front answer key back page answer key
More Practice Problems Worksheet Tutorial
More Practice Problems Answer Key
Redox Reactions Worksheet Tutorial  

Chemical Reactions Test Review Tutorial (In this tutorial I state that Redox problems are only bonus problems on the test - that is not the case!  Redox problems WILL be on the Reactions Test!)
Chemical Reactions Test Review Answer Key scanned
Reactions Foldable Completed

Reactions Pretest (Quiz 8)

 


Stoichiometry Tutorials

Stoichiometry WS#1 Tutorial

Stoichiometry WS #1 Answer Key (scanned)

Stoichiometry WS #2 Tutorial

Stoichiometry WS #2 Answer Key (scanned)

Stoichiometry Test Review

Stoichiometry Foldable (scanned)

 

Solutions Tutorials

Solutions WS #1 Tutorial

Solutions WS #2 Tutorial
Solutions WS #3 Tutorial (BPE and FPD)       

Solutions Test Review Answer Key (scanned document)

Solutions Test Review Tutorial

 

Acids and Bases Tutorials

Acids and Bases WS#1 Tutorial  

Acids and Bases WS#2 Tutorial (weak acids and bases)

Acids and Bases WS#3 Tutorial (titrations)

Acids and Bases Test Review Answer Key scanned

Acids and Bases Test Review Tutorial      

 

Solids, Liquids, Gases Tutorials

Answer Key Gas WS #1 scanned

Gas Worksheet #1 Tutorial

Answer Key Gas WS #2 scanned   

Gas Worksheet #2 Tutorial

Answer Key Gas WS #3 scanned

Gas Worksheet #3 Tutorial    

Solids, Liquids, Gases Test Review Answer Key and Complete Notes scanned

Solids, Liquids, Gases Test Review Tutorial

 

Thermochemistry and Nuclear Chemistry Tutorials

Thermochemistry WS #1 and #2 Answer Key scanned

Thermochemistry WS #1 Tutorial

Thermochemistry WS #2 Tutorial

Nuclear Chemistry Day 1 (Full Lesson)

Nuclear Chemistry Worksheet #2  

Thermochemistry and Nuclear Chemistry Test Review Answer Key Scanned

Thermochemistry and Nuclear Chemistry Test Review Tutorial

   

A little confession from me. I was homeschooled (that's not the confession part), and in 8th grade my algebra textbook had the answers to half the problems in the back. And when I was stumped, I would cheat.

Sorry, mom!

Of course, cheating at math is a terrible way to learn, because the whole point isn't to know the answer to 2x + 2 = 7x - 5, it's to understand the methodology that can solve any like problem.

But what if you could cheat at your homework and learn? That seems to be the premise behind app called Socratic. Or at least that's my takeaway. The app lets you take a picture of a problem (you can also type it in, but that's a little laborious), and it'll not only give you an answer, but the steps necessary to to arrive at that answer — and even detailed explanations of the steps and concepts if you need them.

The app is actually designed to answer any kind of school question — science, history, etc. — but the math thing is the slickest part. For other kinds of questions, Socratic kind of does a bit of Googling, and in my experience can typically find similar word problems on the wide internet, or from its own database of answers. On about half the middle school science problems I tried, the app was able to identify the topic at question and show me additional resources about the concepts involved, but for others it was no more powerful than a simple web search.

But for algebra this thing is sick. I pointed it at 2x + 2 = 7x - 5, which I wrote down at random, and it gave me a 10 step process that results in x = 7/5. It has trouble with word problems, but if you can write down a word problem in math notation it shouldn't be an issue. I also tried it on a weird fraction from an AP algebra exam, which it kind of failed at, but then I swiped over and it was showing me this graph, which included the correct answer:

I love this app, not just because it would've helped 8th grade Paul out of a jam, but because it's such a computery use of computers. You use the tiny computer in your pocket to be basically smarter than you already are. It's technology that augments a human brain, not just a distraction.

The creator of Socratic just open sourced its step-by-step solver, called mathsteps. There are a lot of computer-based algebra solvers out there, but for Socratic they had to do some extra engineering to get at the steps a human would need to solve the same problem.

Also, I'd be remiss not to mention Photomath, which has been doing this since 2014, and actually has step-by-step explanations in the recently released Photomath+ paid version (there's a free trial). I like the Socratic interface and explanations a bit better, but I'm glad to see this is a vibrant market.

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