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anonymous
 5 years ago
Rico mixed up 500cc of salt solution. He weighed it and found its mass to be 585g. Will his shakeup toy work the way he wants it to if he uses this salt solution? Why or why not? Remember, 1ml=1cc. object of materials and there densities are leaves 1.25g/cc and stars 1.12g/cc. Formula is d=m/v. The is making a toy with plastic stars and leaves. they want to know if you put them in a jar with a salt solution will the stars float and leaves sink. I'm so confused
anonymous
 5 years ago
Rico mixed up 500cc of salt solution. He weighed it and found its mass to be 585g. Will his shakeup toy work the way he wants it to if he uses this salt solution? Why or why not? Remember, 1ml=1cc. object of materials and there densities are leaves 1.25g/cc and stars 1.12g/cc. Formula is d=m/v. The is making a toy with plastic stars and leaves. they want to know if you put them in a jar with a salt solution will the stars float and leaves sink. I'm so confused

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0objects less dense than the fluid float, objects more dense than a fluid sink. find density of salt solution 585g/500cc = 1.17g/cc leaves density = 1.25g/cc, stars density = 1.12g/cc Stars float, leaves sink. since everything is in g/cc, you dont have to worry about the info 1ml=1cc.

anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I still don't know how to put it in the formula (d= m/v).

anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0density = mass / volume. density of salt solution = 585g(mass)/500cc(volume)
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