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An empty 100 mL beaker weighs 78.0230 g. A student uses a pipet to transfer distilled water (at 21.4 degrees C) into the beaker. The beaker plus the water weighs 97.4668 g. Based on the mass of water, what VOLUME of water did the student transfer? Use the density table and pay attention to your significant figures!

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ur right :)
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