5 Steps to a 5 AP Chemistry, 2010-2011 Edition, Third by Richard H. Langley, John Moore

By Richard H. Langley, John Moore

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C) The volume of each balloon is the same. (D) The average speed of the molecules/atoms in each balloon is the same. (E) The average kinetic energy of the molecules/ atoms in each balloon is the same. 20 ❯ STEP 2. Determine Your Test Readiness 19. The volume and pressure of a real gas are not the same as those calculated from the ideal gas equation, because the ideal gas equation does NOT take into account: (A) the attraction between the molecules and the speed at which the molecules are moving (B) the volume of the molecules and the mass of the molecules (C) the attraction between the molecules and the mass of the molecules (D) the volume of the molecules and variations in the absolute temperature (E) the volume of the molecules and the attraction between the molecules 20.

Do not try too hard and negate something you have already said. The grader needs to know what you mean; if you say something and negate it later, there will be doubt. 13. Do not try to outthink the test. There will always be an answer. For example, in the reaction question, “no reaction” will not be a choice. If you find yourself doing this, pick the simplest answer. If you know the answer to a “difficult” question—give yourself credit for preparing well; do not think that it is too easy, and that you missed something.

If your eraser is smudgy, ask the proctor for another. Absolutely, positively, check that you are bubbling the same line on the answer sheet as the question you are answering. I suggest that every time you turn the page you double check that you are still lined up correctly. ● ● ● Free-Response Questions STRATEGY Your score on the free-response questions (FRQs) amounts to one-half of your grade and, as long-time readers of essays, we assure you that there is no other way to score highly than to know your stuff.

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