Tuesday, 6 June 2017

volume, density and mass

Volume, Density, and Mass


Today we have done the lap work of volume density and mass and the thing that we did is we have stone with the sample numbers and we weight the stone after that we put it into the water that is 150 ml so the height of water in the beaker will higher than old we will measure how much it get more because of stone so we will know what is the stone volume in ml and then we find the stone density by use weight divided by volume and then make the table below this is the final step to finish the work.



Sample No.     Weight grams     Volume ml     Density (g/ml)
    1                      125.9                 46                  2.737
    2                      135.9                 57                  2.384
    3                       46                     50                  0.92
    5                      114.7                 50                  2.294
    6                      110.6                 50                  2.21
    7                      243.8                 68.5               3.559
    9                      200.4                 71                  2.8225
    11                     98.5                  50                  1.97
    12                    146.94               50                  2.938








Stone sample no.1










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Stone sample no.5


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Stone sample no.9






Stone sample no.11








Stone sample no.12