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anonymous
 one year ago
Bill finds an unusual object and wishes to calculate it's density. He discovers a problem of accurately weighing it, because it won't stay on the weighing pan. To solve this he adds the object to a beaker containing 133 mL of distilled water and finds the water level rises to 228 mL. The flask of water weighed 589 grams after the object was added. If the empty beaker weighed 291 grams, calculate the following:
The weight of the water: ? g
The weight of the object: ? g
The volume of the object: ? cm3
The density of the object: ? g/cm3
anonymous
 one year ago
Bill finds an unusual object and wishes to calculate it's density. He discovers a problem of accurately weighing it, because it won't stay on the weighing pan. To solve this he adds the object to a beaker containing 133 mL of distilled water and finds the water level rises to 228 mL. The flask of water weighed 589 grams after the object was added. If the empty beaker weighed 291 grams, calculate the following: The weight of the water: ? g The weight of the object: ? g The volume of the object: ? cm3 The density of the object: ? g/cm3

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