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Provide one scenario in which you might want to calculate density ?
@Jamierox4ev3r have any ideas?
hmmm am not sure... are you thinking of real life examples?

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Yes!
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
well, whats the labatory example one?
well like calculating density and volume, for one..
If you want to know if something will float.
If something is denser than water, it will sink, if it is less dense it will float.
well there are other factors.. like weight and surface tension @wio
How does weight factor in?
lol no just surface tension sorry :P
idk what i was thinking there lol
Yeah, surface tension matters if it isn't already submerged.
yes true true :P there are a lot of different factors when experimenting
and let us not forget sources of error

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