1. A clever twist on an interesting chemistry concept. I hear Kyle and I are not the only ones to have to print our chemistry posters multiple times?

    • First Mistake: 1s2-2s2-1p4 instead of 1s-2s2-2p4 but that before we revisited the chapter (used my honor’s chemistry knowledge). Second mistake: Bradford addressed what he want changed (just the text). There you have it.

  2. The first time around, Kyle had an incorrect model and I had an incorrect number of sigma bonds. Second time around, I was all right but Kyle had an incorrect hybridization. He says it was Bradford’s fault, as he graded my test (which was our resource) wrong.

  3. And I am starting to question his eyesight.

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