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Reaction Rate Assessment
Updated: 5/4/2020
Reaction Rate Assessment
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Storyboard Text

  • Bet
  • Lets play a one-on-one
  • How are you so good?
  • You increase the rate of the reaction which is making me faster and stronger
  • One day, a girl named Reaction Rate was ballin' at the park and she couldn't make a shot to safe her life.
  • Why do I make you faster and stronger???
  • You being here, decreases the activation energy required to start my reaction, thus making the action of me scoring easier
  • But then a guy named catalyst pulled up to the court and Reaction Rate started making every shot. Then, Catalyst asked to play a one-on-one and Reaction Rate accepted the challenge.
  • We make a great team!
  • During the one-on-one Reaction Rate dominated Catalyst. So, Catalyst asked, "how are you so good." Reaction Rate responded by saying, "well Catalyst, you increase the rate of the reaction which is making me faster and stronger."
  • As the game continued Catalyst was still confused. So he asked, "Why do I make you faster and stronger?" Reaction Rate then said to Catalyst, "You being here is decreasing the activation energy required to start my reaction, thus making the action of me putting the ball in the hoop easier.
  • The game came to an end with a final score of 21-0, Reaction Rate dominated Catalyst. Embarrassed and ashamed that he lost to a girl, Catalyst realized that they could actually make a great team.
  • Reaction Rate, then, went on to become the greatest basketball player of all time with Catalyst by her side, of coarse.
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