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Mass in air of a solid and Density
« on: June 04, 2004, 05:05:58 PM »

The question reads as: Calculate the mass in air of a solid which has a density of 8.5g/ml and weighs 25.0 g when completely immersed in a liquid with a specific gravity of 0.900.

IM not clear on how to do the problem, i read and reread my book numerous it set up something like this or am i totally off d substance/ d water? Or is this ratio wrong. IM a little confused. thank you

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Re:Mass in air of a solid and Density
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2004, 11:21:12 PM »
Do you mean weight or mass? Because, technically mass shouldn't change.
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