#1
calculate the volume of water in the graduated cylinder using dimensional analysis.


mass=29.460g

density=.99655 ml? not sure of label cylinder was measured in ml

please help me
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Your sig is a lie, what about red apples? Do they taste of strawberry?
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#4
the pit is not your chem tutor...

because we suck at chemistry
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wasn't it like... 1kg water = 1 liter water ?

so 29.640g water would be 29.64 liter?
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m=d*V

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everything yellow tastes like lemon
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#8
Throw a can of compressed gas into the microwave, set for 20 mins, turn it on, and stare at it.
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Your sig is a lie, what about red apples? Do they taste of strawberry?

yes.. when they're strawberry shaped.. jesus Birchy, I thought YOU would have known (I love acting like I know people when I don't)
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1 gram of water = 1 ml of water = 1 cubic cm of water

only at sea level, what if he's in Denver or something?
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Quote by quAck91
wasn't it like... 1kg water = 1 liter water ?

so 29.640g water would be 29.64 liter?

Metric fail.

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And sometimes yellow things taste like banana!


Or Pineapple!

Also, the pit fails at chemistry.

But if I recall correctly, d=m/v

Mass = 29.460g
Volume = .99655 ml
(1g = 1cm = 1ml)

So:
D = 29.460/.99655

D is approximately 29. 742 g/ml

You really couldn't figure this out yourself?
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#14
Quote by §ArmyofAngels§
Metric fail.


Or Pineapple!

Also, the pit fails at chemistry.

But if I recall correctly, d=m/v

Mass = 29.460g
Volume = .99655 ml
(1g = 1cm = 1ml)

So:
D = 29.460/.99655

D is approximately 29. 742 g/ml

You really couldn't figure this out yourself?

the problem is using dimensional analysis
everything purple tastes like grape
everything blue tastes like blueberry
everything pink tastes like watermelon
everything red tastes like strawberry
everything orange tastes like orange
everything yellow tastes like lemon
#15
Quote by pwnagegnome
the problem is using dimensional analysis

29.460g x 1ml/1g x 1g/.99655ml = 29.561 g/ml

I don't know if I did that right, it's been a while. Going back to grams was the only way I could think of to get to the proper units.
I think it's time for a change.



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#16
ts said that he wasn't sure of the units for density.

Next time, take notes kid... units for density are g/ml

Density = mass/volume therefore volume equals mass/density. you know the mass and density, that will give you the volume in mL.

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Your sig is a lie, what about red apples? Do they taste of strawberry?


wow, his sig also lies about the taste of pink. THAT IS NOT WHAT VAG TASTES LIKE!! tis much more sweeter...


and density isnt measured in mL, dumbass!! its g/ml or g/cm^3!!
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#18
d=m/v
plug in the appropriate numbers and solve for v
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