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End-of-chapter problems from this textbook are availablein Connect: Chemistry for instructors to build assignmentsthat are automatically graded and tracked throughreports that export easily to Excel. Instructors can editexisting problems and write entirely new problems; trackindividual student performance—by problem, assignment,concept, or in relation to the class overall—with automaticgrading; provide instant feedback to students; and storedetailed grade reports securely online. Grade reports canbe easily integrated with learning management systemssuch as WebCT and Blackboard. Single sign-on integrationis available with the Blackboard course managementsystem. Within Connect, instructors can also create andshare materials with colleagues. Ask your McGraw-Hillrepresentative for more information, and then check it outat www.mcgrawhillconnect.com/chemistry.
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