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Find the mass of 85mL sample of corn syrup, which has the density of 1.38 g/ml

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all you have to do is apply this formula. And by that, i mean plug in your values and solve algebraically: \(density=\dfrac{mass}{volume}\) can you identify in what category (mass, volume or density) the values they gave you belong to?
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no problem, i do have to go soon. i got a test tmrw.
well thnaks and good lucky on your test for tomorrow.. I also have a test tomorrow
thanks ! good luck to you as well. so do you know where the values go?
i do
so is the algebra part whats troubling you?
yeah, but i kind figured it out by myself..
it was just confusing
yeah. just remember you have to perform the reverse operation. if you're dividing, multiply: \(x=\dfrac{y}{z}\rightarrow y=x*z\) if you're adding, subtract: \(x+y=z \rightarrow x=z-y\) good luck!
thanks, i'll write this down..
thanks, see ya !

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