**You will receive half credit for each question you fix, but you must follow the instructions below. **
1. All corrections must be done ON A SEPERATE PIECE OF PAPER. Do NOT write on your actual test or quiz.
2. Write down the question number and page number.
3. Explain why your current answer is wrong. Provide evidence.
4. Write down what the correct answer is. If it is a matching or multiple choice, must write the full answer/ definition (not just the letter).
5. You can correct as many questions as you'd like.
6. Late corrections will not be accepted.
See the examples below for how to properly complete test corrections.
Page 3, question #4:
My current answer is wrong because mass is not the amount of space an object takes up. My new answer is volume because according to our notes, volume is the amount of space an object takes up.
Page 7, question #25:
My current answer is wrong because I did not include units. Scientist should always include units when recording numbers. My new answer is 22mL because mL is the correct unit for liquid volumes.
Page 1, question #4:
My current answer is wrong because I confused mixed density with density. My new answer is c (the amount of space an object takes up) because that is the correct definition for density.