Course Description - Students will interpret and logically analyze scientific data and apply the basic concepts of matter, energy, atomic theory and chemical bonding to natural phenomena. Much of the laboratory work is of a quantitative nature demonstrating the application of chemical principles and utilization of problem-solving skills. Students must display a high level of the skills and concepts treated in Algebra I. Upon completion of this course, students will understand that all sciences ultimately spring from the central principles of chemistry. Students will be able to apply these principles to their academic, professional and personal endeavors.
Prerequisites: Biology. Concurrent enrollment in Algebra II (or higher) is recommended.
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