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- anonymous

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)

- anonymous

- jim_thompson5910

Hint:
Volume of Water With Marble = (Volume of Water Only) + (Volume of Marble Only)

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- anonymous

But I'm already given the Volume of Water with Marble

- anonymous

Their asking for the volume of Marble(mL) and the Mass/Volume(g/mL) @jim_thompson5910

- jim_thompson5910

what's the volume of the marble?

- anonymous

sorry for the waiting im trying to write it out

- jim_thompson5910

that's ok

- anonymous

Okay, this is the sheet with the problem. The questions im asking you is on the graph

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- jim_thompson5910

sorry i don't have the program needed to open that

- anonymous

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 ?

- jim_thompson5910

yes I already know the original problem since you posted that above

- anonymous

oh well thats the problem then

- jim_thompson5910

so what's the volume of the marble (use my hint)

- anonymous

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?

- jim_thompson5910

The Volume of water with Marble = 52.4mL
The volume of water = 50.1mL

- jim_thompson5910

you have all the info you need

- anonymous

are you sure you wrote the hint correct?

- jim_thompson5910

yes I'm sure

- anonymous

I think your suppose to subtact 52.4-50.1

- jim_thompson5910

yes

- jim_thompson5910

so the volume of the marble is what?

- anonymous

2.3

- anonymous

and what do i have to do to find the mass/volume ?

- jim_thompson5910

divide the mass of the marble by the volume of the marble

- anonymous

I get .0994

- jim_thompson5910

that's incorrect

- anonymous

OHHH!! WAIT nevermind! I used the wrong numbers! Its 2.165

- jim_thompson5910

good

- anonymous

can i ask you any questions if i get stuck?

- jim_thompson5910

sure I could do a few more

- anonymous

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?

- jim_thompson5910

hmm it's probably the marble, I'm not sure

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