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A marble or small sphere, made of stone, is found to have a mass of 3.05g. To find its volume it is placed in a gradulated cylindar that originally contains 10.00mL of water. When the marble is placed in hte gradulated cylindar, the new volume of the water and the marble together is 11.20mL. a:calculate the volume of the marble(be sure to include units) b:calculate the density of the marble.(be sure to include units)

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  1. IrishBoy123
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    show your working first :p

  2. rajat97
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    A substance when placed in certain liquid displaces the amount of liquid equal to it's own volume. So, the volume of the marble = Final volume of water - Initial volume of water. Now that you have the volume and the mass is given, you can find the density by using the formula: Density=mass/volume

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