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My biology book asked me to write an operational definition for finding the mass of an object. Could someone please help me with this? Thanks.

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    Someone please help!

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    Hi! Do you understand what an operational definition is?

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    Well, not really.

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    That's perfectly fine. :) An operational definition is a definition that explains how to make/create the thing being defined. That may not make whole lot of sense yet, but hopefully it will once I give an example: The operational definition of a book is this: "the result of placing sewn or bound pages in between two covers." Does that make sense?

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    @HorseCrazyGirlForever are you experiencing lag?

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