# Hog_Hilton

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```					Hog Hilton
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Hog Hilton Part I: Electron Orbital Diagrams

You are the manager of a prestigious new hotel in downtown San Antonio—the “Hog
Hilton”. It’s just the “snort of the town” and you want to keep its reputation a cut above all
the other hotels. Your problem is your clientele. They are hogs in the truest sense. Your
major task is to fill rooms in your hotel. The funny shape of your hotel is to accommodate the
habits of the hogs. The penthouse is on the first floor and the less desirable rooms are on the
top floor. You must fill up your hotel keeping the following rules in mind:

1) Hogs are lazy!
2) Hogs can’t stand each other except when rule #1 forces them to put up with each other.
3) If hogs are in the same room they will face in opposite directions.
4) They stink, so you can’t put more than two hogs in each room.

Your hotel looks like the diagram below:
7th floor ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
6th floor ___
5th floor ___ ___ ___
4th floor ___
3rd floor ___ ___ ___
2nd floor ___
1st floor ___

Sample problems: Carefully watch and listen to your teacher explain these examples!
(1) Book 15 hogs into their rooms
7th floor ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
6th floor ___
5th floor ___ ___ ___
4th floor ___
3rd floor ___ ___ ___
2nd floor ___
1st floor ___

You and your group will be assigned a day you are managing/booking the hotel. First, cut
out your pigs. Next, draw a larger scale model of your hotel with the floors and rooms on a
piece of construction paper. Then, fill in your pigs that need rooms according to the rules
described above. Finally, glue your pigs in their appropriate rooms on the construction
paper.
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Hog Hilton Rules & Electron Orbital Rules

Directions: First, write in the rules used in the Hog Hilton. Then, listen to rules used for
placing electrons in their orbitals. Finally, match up the hog rule to the electron rule by
writing the electron rule in the corresponding row of the table.

Hog Rule                                      Electron Rule
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Electron Orbital Diagrams

Directions: Answer the three questions then fill in the electron orbital diagram for the
number of electrons you were given.

1. Number of Pigs You Booked: _________________

2. Number of Electrons: ______________

3. Element Name and Symbol: ________________

7p ___ ___ ___
6d ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
5f ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
7s ___
6p ___ ___ ___
5d ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
4f ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
6s ___
5p ___ ___ ___
4d ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
5s ___
4p ___ ___ ___
3d ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
4s ____
3p ___ ___ ___
3s ___
2p ___ ___ ___
2s ___
1s ___
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Hog Hilton: Part II
Electron Configurations

Directions: In the Hog Hilton activity you learned how to fill in electron orbital diagrams.
You can “unfold” an electron orbital diagram to write an electron configuration. For each
number of electrons given, identify the element. Then, write both the electron configuration.

1. 11 electrons

Element: _____________________

Electron Configuration:____________________________________________________

2. 22 electrons

Element: _____________________

Electron Configuration:____________________________________________________

3. 6 electrons

Element: _____________________

Electron Configuration:____________________________________________________

4. 35 electrons

Element: _____________________

Longhand:____________________________________________________________

5. 14 electrons

Element: _____________________

Electron Configuration:____________________________________________________

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