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This workshop reviews the basics of conversions between measurement systems and proper scientific notation that is fundamental to accurate problem solving in STEM fields. The UNM 5 skills addressed in this workshop are research and assessment, communication, and critical thinking.
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x[*!"%1)-/R25The problem:2bYou can use a pneumonic.dIt works in multiples of 7eIt works by multiples of 10`It’s not simplerWhy is the metric system simpler than the English system? [rSpqUemEta]Conversions between systems: 323.82583.87623.851017.094017.2066??]Conversions between systems:How many liters are in 8.14 pints? Select BOTH possible answers. [rSpqUemEta]Conversion within Metrics: 22
0.00000669669,000 0.00006690669,000 6,690,0000.00006690 6,690,000Conversion within Metrics: Convert: 6.69 kl = ? ml. [rSpqUemEta]Precision: 3You cannot know 'without a doubt' without performing statistical analysis on these data, but the values are close together, so some level of precision is present.,Most likely YES, they are all close togetherYES, without a doubt&Most likely NO, they are not the same =Not sure, without a statistical test, there is no way to knowYou cannot know 'without a doubt' without performing statistical analysis on these data, but the values are close together, so some level of precision is present.vFor the data values 15.27 inches, 15.26 inches, 15.28 inches, and 15.26 inches: Do these values appear to be precise? [rSpqUemEta]Accuracy: 5You cannot know 'without a doubt' without performing statistical analysis on these data, but the values are not vary close to the known length, so assuming 'most likely NO' is the best option.6Most likely NO, this is not near the measured values. BMost likely YES, the numbers appear somewhat close to the average.NO, absolutely not.YES, without a doubt.You cannot know 'without a doubt' without performing statistical analysis on these data, but the values are not vary close to the known length, so assuming 'most likely NO' is the best option.For the data values 17.85 inches, 17.84 inches, 17.85 inches, and 17.86 inches: Are these values accurate if the known length is 16.72 inches? [rSpqUemEta]Accuracy and Precision:iLow accuracy and high precisioniHigh accuracy and low precisionhLow accuracy and low precisionmWhat is the accuracy for number 1? [rSpqUemEta]Accuracy and Precision: 2iLow accuracy and high precisioniHigh accuracy and low precisionhLow accuracy and low precisionmWhat is the accuracy for number 2? [rSpqUemEta]Accuracy and Precision: 3iLow accuracy and high precisioniHigh accuracy and low precisionhLow accuracy and low precisionmWhat is the accuracy for number 3? [rSpqUemEta]Uncertainty: 32]Average Uncertainty = 15.2675 ± 0.005 and range of uncertainty = 15.2675 ± 0.01]Average Uncertainty = 15.2675 ± 0.000 and range of uncertainty = 15.2675 ± 0.01FAverage Uncertainty = 15.2675 and range of uncertainty = 15.28 - 15.26DAverage Uncertainty = 0.005 and range of uncertainty = 15.28 - 15.26For the data values 15.27 inches, 15.26 inches, 15.28 inches, and 15.26 inches: What are both the average uncertainty and range of uncertainty? Do not worry about rounding and significant figures at this point. [rSpqUemEta] Significant Uncertain figures b20.0200.00.020010.0200Complete this problem as appropriate under the rules of significant and uncertain figures: 0.00435 x 4.6 [rSpqUemEta]"Significant Uncertain figures b 220.0450.00.045410.0454iComplete this problem as appropriate under the rules of significant and uncertain figures: 0.00841 x 5.4 [rSpqUemEta]Multiple operations: 2The multiplication results in a leading 1 without a leading 1 in the original values, thus we increase the significant figures by 1.22778.52
27.8 x 1022778.58396.093The multiplication results in a leading 1 without a leading 1 in the original values, thus we increase the significant figures by 1.|Complete this problem, but don't forget all the rules you just learned in the Metrics presentation: 2644.81 + 42.80 x 3.124 [rSpqUemEta] Rounding:26.244 6.2456.26.2445QComplete this problem, but don't forget about your rounding rules: 4.163 x 1.500 [rSpqUemEta][rSpdOcmEta],$ffd0983b-77f6-4abf-9c63-4729b6304a68