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do you have your periodic table handy and do you know how to read it?
can you just give mt the steps and i will follow you
what unit should we use?
it doesn't matter which, so long as we maintain a consistent unit across the board. since you picked grams, we need to convert our kg unit into g. do you know how to do that?
not really this is my second time trying this
can you please tell me how and then i will follow your steps
so you didn't learn how to convert from grams to kilograms and vice-versa yet?
we did but i am a little confused as to where to start
i got my paper and pen with me and i will take notes
ohh that looks familar
:) so you remember the movement of the period from left to right depending on to which we are converting
yes but still giuide me through this problem
this is part of the process.
i am taking notes
so what do you think is the answer here?
is this right
yes. according to our law, it is correct
92g Na + 142g Cl ---> 234g NaCl
Do you have a textbook in Chemistry? copying down the numbers throughout the process of the solution isn't going to give you the big picture or the proper understanding of what is going on. This is specially true when you move to more complex problems. This is simply counting or arithmetic, but many students fail (even in college-level) it because fundamental knowledge of the concepts is lacking.
yes thanks so 92 g is the answere
92 g is the anwer
92 g of Sodium or properly written as 92g Na
hey will you be on tommorow
beacuse i want you to be my tutor via openstudy
The proper answer is 92.0g Na