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aarong please help me with my chemistry homework find the volume of a 93.91g sample of air, which has a density of 0.00130g/ml

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  1. abb0t Group Title
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    density is defined as \(\sf \color{}{\frac{mass}{volume}}\)

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    okay

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    0.00130g/ml equals 98.91 over volume!! but I got .122083 is that right

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  4. abb0t Group Title
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    I don't have a calculator, but as long as you divided, you should be correct.

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    so 0.00130g/ml divided by 98.91 will get you the answer..

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    i mean 93.91 g

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    sorry

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    but my teachers answer sheets says 72200 mL

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    and i got a different answers help

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  10. abb0t Group Title
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    You probably put it in the calcuator wrong, because it should be that answer. Recheck

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    HELP

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    my teacher or me place get a calculator so you can help me.. Don't understand my teacher

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  13. abb0t Group Title
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    You are plugging it incorrectly!

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    0.00130 divided by 93.91 equal.. Thats what i did or do i touch 2nd 0.00130 divided by 93.91 equals..

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    93.91 divided by 0.00130!!

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    i see what i did wrong u told me to divided. you didn't tell me what to divded or how to/ its mass divided by the density..

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    i got the answer d equals 42.7 over 21.13 whats the density?

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    You always start with what you're given, so u can cancel out the units, like from Algebra: \(\sf \color{}{a \times \frac{b}{a}}\) the a's cancel outyou're left with "b"

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    d equals 42.7 over 21.13 whats the density?

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    Help

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    what is your question?

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    Will sample float in water that has a mass of 42.7g and a volume of 21.13mL?

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    I got arronq helping me so bye abb0t i really didn't understandy what you were teaching me sorry..

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    your like my teacher, your not great a teaching okay i'm just saying that's why i found this website. So i can be helped by anyone okay. I'm sorry

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    now arronq is gone and he was going to help me with my question...

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    SOMEONE HELP ME PLEASE

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