Quantity Analysis Teacher Resources

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In this dimensional analysis worksheet, students solve four problems using dimensional analysis to solve for moles and masses of products.
In this science and engineering worksheet, students use dimensional analysis to solve each of the problems stated on the sheet. They illustrate their work and how they arrived at their answers by using significant figures for their final answer.
In this unit factor and dimensional analysis worksheet, students read about how to convert from one unit to another using unit factors and how to work with square units and cubic units using dimensional analysis. They practice solving five problems.
In this mathematics instructional activity, students apply dimensional analysis to solving each problem. They identify the conversion factor and describe a unique characteristic of a conversion factor. Students also identify the unit in the final answer and explain why this unit occurs.
Students investigate track and field dimensions, measure an actual track, and construct a scale model. The use of a meter stick, dimensional analysis, and the application of the distributive property to variables forms the main focus of this lesson.
Students solve problems using dimensional analysis. In this chemistry lesson, students choose a problem and present it in class. The rest of the class will evaluate the solved problem on the board.
In this dimensional analysis worksheet, students convert given measurements in the metric system to the English system of measurement using dimensional analysis and equivalence factors. They also covert from the English system to the metric system.
Science students apply dimensional analysis to relate quantities in six different problems. They consider the cost of steak, a young man's growth rate, a medicine prescription, fuel efficiency, and more. This worksheet is a great way to practice dimensional analysis by applying it to real-life situations. 
In this measurement worksheet, students review the rules of dimensional analysis and then determine if the 3 equations given follow the dimensional analysis rules.
High schoolers read a scale on a map, use dimensional analysis and calculate velocities.  In this navigation lesson students complete an activity and worksheet. 
Students examine how driving a hybrid car can save money and cut down on pollution.  In this hybrid vehicles lesson plan students complete an exercise that shows them how to work with proportions, percents, dimensional analysis and linear relationships.
Students find the percent composition of sugar in the gum. In this chemistry lesson, students calculate percent error from the experiment. They use dimensional analysis to convert between units.
In this time problems and dimensional analysis worksheet, students convert 10 problems from one unit of measurement to another using the process of dimensional analysis. They use conversion factors to solve for the unknown units.
In this dimensional analysis learning exercise, students solve ten conversion problems where they find moles, mass, and molecules using dimensional analysis.
In this conversions worksheet, students solve 10 word problems using dimensional analysis. A table with conversions factors are given.
In this problem solving worksheet, students solve six problems using the process of dimensional analysis to find their answers. They must show their work in order to receive credit.
In this conversions worksheet, students use dimensional analysis to convert from one metric unit to another and from the English system of measurement to the metric system.
Pupils, after studying various pages of a NASA Web-based textbook, use dimensional analysis to verify actual aeronautic equations.
In this factor label worksheet, students use dimensional analysis to solve the 5 word problems being sure to state the conversion factors used to solve the problems.
If you will be teaching dimensional analysis in your chemistry course, this worksheet will provide problems for your pupils to practice solving. It is a compact worksheet consisting of only four questions, however, they are applicable to the topic and can be used to assess understanding of dimensional analysis.