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If the mass of a marble is 4.98g, and the volume of water is 50.1mL, and the Volume of Water with Marble is 52.4mL. What is the Volume of the marble? and the Mass/Volume(g/mL)
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Hint:
Volume of Water With Marble = (Volume of Water Only) + (Volume of Marble Only)
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But I'm already given the Volume of Water with Marble
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Their asking for the volume of Marble(mL) and the Mass/Volume(g/mL) @jim_thompson5910
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what's the volume of the marble?
ineedyouubiebs
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sorry for the waiting im trying to write it out
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that's ok
ineedyouubiebs
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Okay, this is the sheet with the problem. The questions im asking you is on the graph
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sorry i don't have the program needed to open that
ineedyouubiebs
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oh. Well the mass of marble is 4.98. The volume of water is 50.1mL. The Volume of water with Marble is 52.4mL. What's the volume of the marble? and the mass/volume ?
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yes I already know the original problem since you posted that above
ineedyouubiebs
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oh well thats the problem then
jim_thompson5910
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so what's the volume of the marble (use my hint)
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If im not given the volume of water with marble yet or the volume of water. how am i supposed to plug it into the formula?
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The Volume of water with Marble = 52.4mL
The volume of water = 50.1mL
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you have all the info you need
ineedyouubiebs
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are you sure you wrote the hint correct?
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yes I'm sure
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I think your suppose to subtact 52.4-50.1
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so the volume of the marble is what?
ineedyouubiebs
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2.3
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and what do i have to do to find the mass/volume ?
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divide the mass of the marble by the volume of the marble
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I get .0994
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that's incorrect
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OHHH!! WAIT nevermind! I used the wrong numbers! Its 2.165
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can i ask you any questions if i get stuck?
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sure I could do a few more
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For another problem, its asking me to graph the "Volume on the x-axis" and the "Mass on the y-axis" but it isnt specific if its suppose to be the volume of the marble or the volume of the water. What do you think?
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hmm it's probably the marble, I'm not sure