Taking TEAS V 7/26- METRIC Conversions

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    Just wondering if I need to memorize:

    1. English to Metric Conversions or do they give them to you? (i.e.: convert meters to feet, oz to grams, etc)

    2. How about knowing how to find: area, perimeter, area of triangle, radius and diameter?

    Thanks so much! I really appreciate all the input and any other nuances I may need to know for the test.

    Ali
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    No worries. Got an 87.3 which is 97th percentile nation wide...wooo hooo!
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    Woohoo! Congrats! I'm studying for the TEAS V now and was wondering the same thing. I know the basic conversions from milli to kilo but after reading my chemistry for dummies book I'm starting to get a little nervous about that! Anyways congrats again!
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    No need to worry, all conversion problems i had (about 2) gave u the conversions you needed. Example: convert feet to miles, they gave you how many feet were in a mile, you just had to do the math. Good luck!
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    ^^^^^^for chemistry I've only hear about balancing equations and the basic bonds, atomic number, mass etc.
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    Thank you so much! That takes a huge amount of weight off my shoulders!
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    The test may cover some very basic organic chem (being able to recognize alkanes, alkenes, alkynes). Look at the ATI study guide for what they want you to know.
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    Know diff between ionic, covalent, hydrogen bonds. only had 1 to balance, it was easy. Make a list of each element, next column write.down how many are on reactant side, next column how many on product side. Start with 1st element & see how it changes the others in reactant, & product, til u balance it out. Know where metals, nonmetals, metaloids, alkine, halogen, etc. are.
    You'll do fine. Good luck!


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