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ineedyouubiebs

  • one year ago

@jim_thompson5910 help me please?

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  1. ineedyouubiebs
    • one year ago
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    Provide one scenario in which you might want to calculate density ?

  2. ineedyouubiebs
    • one year ago
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    @Jamierox4ev3r have any ideas?

  3. Jamierox4ev3r
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    hmmm am not sure... are you thinking of real life examples?

  4. ineedyouubiebs
    • one year ago
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    Yes!

  5. Jamierox4ev3r
    • one year ago
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    well... i really don't know, i can only think of laboratory experiences in which are teachers make us do that... sorry! Let me see what i can attempt to think of tho :P

  6. ineedyouubiebs
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    well, whats the labatory example one?

  7. Jamierox4ev3r
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    well like calculating density and volume, for one..

  8. wio
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    If you want to know if something will float.

  9. wio
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    If something is denser than water, it will sink, if it is less dense it will float.

  10. Jamierox4ev3r
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    well there are other factors.. like weight and surface tension @wio

  11. wio
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    How does weight factor in?

  12. Jamierox4ev3r
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    lol no just surface tension sorry :P

  13. Jamierox4ev3r
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    idk what i was thinking there lol

  14. wio
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    Yeah, surface tension matters if it isn't already submerged.

  15. Jamierox4ev3r
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    yes true true :P there are a lot of different factors when experimenting

  16. Jamierox4ev3r
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    and let us not forget sources of error

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