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how is the periodic table connected to science?
how is the periodic table connected to math?
how is the periodic table connected to the world?
how is the periodic table connected to you?
why is the periodic table important?

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    start here:

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    I will be happy to crititque your thinking. We are not much inclined to do it for students.

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    chemicals you use in chemistery are all elements on the periodic table because you mix chemicals or elements in chemistery lessons

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