# Extra Credit by gegeshandong

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```									Extra Credit: (Earn up to 20 points ½ in labs – ½ in tests ---due 11/30)
Stoichiometry allows us to use chemical reactions as recipes. In order to receive extra credit, you must…
 Work by yourself (no partners)

with cooking a dish.

2. Adjust the recipe to either make more or less than is written on the recipe. Adjust the recipe to fit the number of
people that will be eating and show your work. You must show your work to receive the credit. For example: If the
recipe says it is for 4 people and you have 8 people you must show multiplying all of the amounts by two. It is
annoying and tedious, but it will have to be done to get credit.

3. Cook the dish and get reviews on your cooking by at least two people who ate it.

4. To get full credit (15 pts) you must include:
- the recipe
- the adjusted recipe with work shown
- the review of your cooking by at least two people who ate it
- a picture of what you made.

5. To get 5 additional points you must solve the following problem:
A recipe calls for one cup of chocolate chips. If the formula for chocolate is C7H8N4O2, how many moles of
chocolate are in one cup of chocolate chips? (You must show all of your work) (You will have to do a little research
on this to)
And yes, I know that chocolate chips are not pure chocolate, but assume they are.

Extra Credit: (Earn up to 20 points ½ in labs – ½ in tests ---due 11/30)
Stoichiometry allows us to use chemical reactions as recipes. In order to receive extra credit, you must…
 Work by yourself (no partners)

with cooking a dish.

2. Adjust the recipe to either make more or less than is written on the recipe. Adjust the recipe to fit the number of
people that will be eating and show your work. You must show your work to receive the credit. For example: If the
recipe says it is for 4 people and you have 8 people you must show multiplying all of the amounts by two. It is
annoying and tedious, but it will have to be done to get credit.

3. Cook the dish and get reviews on your cooking by at least two people who ate it.

4. To get full credit (15 pts) you must include:
- the recipe
- the adjusted recipe with work shown
- the review of your cooking by at least two people who ate it
- a picture of what you made.

5. To get 5 additional points you must solve the following problem:
A recipe calls for one cup of chocolate chips. If the formula for chocolate is C7H8N4O2, how many moles of
chocolate are in one cup of chocolate chips? (You must show all of your work) (You will have to do a little research
on this to)
And yes, I know that chocolate chips are not pure chocolate, but assume they are.

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