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  • Area and Volume - 318 Words
    Previous exam questions on area between functions and volumes of solids. 1. Let f(x) = cos(x2) and g(x) = ex, for –1.5 ≤ x ≤ 0.5. Find the area of the region enclosed by the graphs of f and g. (Total 6 marks) 2. Let f(x) = Aekx + 3. Part of the graph of f is shown below. The y-intercept is at (0, 13). (a) Show that A =10. (2) (b) Given that f(15) = 3.49 (correct to 3 significant figures), find the value of k. (3) (c) (i) Using your value of k, find f′(x). (ii)...
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  • Volume and Density - 252 Words
    Density Problem Set Name___________________________ Period__________ Solve the following problems. Show all work, and report your answer to the correct number of significant figures. Be sure to report the proper units. : Densities of common substances at room temperature (g/cm3) Air 0.0013 Water 1.00 Aluminum 2.70 Gold 19.3 1. An object has a mass of 57.7 g and occupies a volume of 21.65 cm3, what is its density? 2. An...
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  • volume of cylinder - 283 Words
    A cylinder is a shape with a circular bottom at the both ends that kind of looks like a pringles potato chip bottle THE formula of finding the volume of a cylinder is base area times height of cylinder. The base area will be the area of the circle which is pi x radius x radius So you just take that answer and multiply it by the height of a cylinder. done math math math cylinder cylinder asdfghjk lkjhgh jhgf ghjxskdskdgc kdshfkhshfkshksskkkkjs wordlimit mine...
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  • Volume and Width - 531 Words
    REDESIGNING THE SMARTIES BOX The Smarties Company is experimenting with new dimensions for its Smarties box. They want to keep the same box design, and have the same amount of chocolate, but they are trying to reduce the amount of cardboard used – it’s expensive. The aim of this project is to create a new Smarties box size/design that uses a smaller amount of cardboard than the first model, but it needs to have the same volume as the original model. Q1. Use a piece of A4 paper to make a box...
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  • Volume and Table - 393 Words
    Volume (CM3) Diameter (CM) Radius (CM) M&M'S® Thickness (CM) 1 75 108 54 0.743 2 83 120 60 0.658 Table 2 – Direct Measurement Trial M&M’S® Thickness (CM) 1 0.642 2 0.741 3 0.683 Table 3 – Calculated Averages Method Calculated Average Thickness (CM) Indirect (from Table 1) 0.701 Direct (from Table 2) 0.689 Questions: 1. When you performed Step 2 of the procedure, you actually made a cylinder of M&M'S®. The cylinder was rather "smushed," and...
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  • Volume and Graph - 353 Words
    Your Name Mariajose Rodriguez Part I: Boyle’s Law Data and Observations: Present all relevant data in a data table below. Include an observations section for any observations that you made during the lab. Data Set Pressure in kPa Volume in mL 1 150 20 2 100 30 3 75 40 4 60 50 5 45 60 6 40 70 Graph: [10 points] Create a graph of your data for this part of the lab. You may use any graphing tool to create the graph, but be sure to follow common guidelines for...
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  • Surface Areas and Volumes - 20981 Words
    Question Bank In Mathematics Class X (Term–II) 13 SURFACE AREAS AND VOLUMES A. SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT (c) Length of diagonal = TH G (a) Lateral surface area = 4l2 (b) Total surface area = 6l2 (c) Length of diagonal = 3 l 3. Cylinder : For a cylinder of radius r and height h, we have : (a) Area of curved surface = 2πrh BR O ER 2. Cube : For a cube of edge l, we have : O YA L TEXTBOOK’S EXERCISE 13.1 Unless stated otherwise, take  = 22 . 7 Q.1. 2 cubes...
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  • Torispherical Head Tank Volume
    Calculating Tank Volume Saving time, increasing accuracy By Dan Jones, Ph.D., P.E. C alculating fluid volume in a horizontal or vertical cylindrical or elliptical tank can be complicated, depending on fluid height and the shape of the heads (ends) of a horizontal tank or the bottom of a vertical tank. Exact equations now are available for several commonly encountered tank shapes. These equations can be used to make rapid and accurate fluid-volume calculations. All equations are rigorous,...
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  • Graduated Cylinder Volume - 319 Words
    5. RESULTS&DISCUSSION A. Ruler Scale: | Accuracy | Precision | Metric unit side | 0.01 | 0.001 | Object | | Measure in | | | | Centimeter (cm) | Meter (m) | Inch(in) | Yard(yd) | Stirring rod: Length | 300.50cm | 3.005m | 12in | 0.33yd | Lab. Manual: Length | 271cm | 2.71m | 10.20in | 0.28yd | Lab. Manual: Width | 208cm | 2.08m | 8.60in | 0.24yd | B. Graduated Cylinder Volume reading when graduated cylinder is half filled with | (mL) | Potassium...
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  • Indirect Measurment of Volume - 358 Words
    Temp. 25 C Pressure 76.0 Indirect Measurement of Volume INTRODUCTION: The purpose of this lab was to demonstrate an indirect measurement of volume. This was done by determining the volume of a single drop of using a graduated cylinder to measure a known amount of consistent drops, which allows for the individual volume to be determined mathematically. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Pipette, 10ml graduated cylinder, water, rubbing alcohol and hand soap. A pipette was used to...
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  • Chem Lab on Volume and Density
    Stella Lee Density February 29, 2013 Block: 4 Purpose: Practice techniques and calculations for determining volume and density. Safety: Wear goggles and a lab apron or coat. Equipment & Materials: * Block * Graduated Cylinder * Water * Solution A * Pennies * Dropper Pipette * Film Canister * Metal Shot * Calculator * Weighing Boat * Beaker Observations & Data: Observations: Part F Description of Ice in WaterThe...
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  • Lesson Plan in Volume of a Prism
    LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to: a. Find the volume of a prism b. Solve problems involving finding the volume of a prism II. Subject Matter: Topic: Volume of a Prism Reference: Math Essential Geometry for 3rd year Materials: Presentation Prerequisite concepts/ Skills: Volume of Prism Process skills to be emphasized: Logical Thinking III. Procedure: Teacher’s Activity | Pupil’s Activity...
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  • Molar Volume of a Gas Lab
    Molar Volume of a Gas – 10/27/08 Alic Albright, Josh Coleman, Dan Boden, Zach Babin Purpose: The pupose of this lab was to make an experimental determination of a molar volume through reaction of the substance shown: Mg(s) + 2HCl(aq) > MgCl(aq) + H(g) Introduction: In this lab, a magnesium ribbon and HCl are combined in a gas measuring tube. When they are combined they form magnesium chloride and Hydrogen gas. The molar ratio between Mg reacted...
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  • Mass, Volume, and Density Lab
    Mass, Volume, and Density Lab

    The purpose of this lab was is to find the mass and volume of an object. Then to find the density of the object using the measurements of the mass and volume.

    Equipment:
    scale
    graduated cylinder

    Hazards:
    dropping object into graduated cylinder too fast may cause it to break

    Procedure:
    First get out the equipment that will be needed. Make sure to have about 5 objects that can...
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  • Volume of a Mole of Gas Lab
    Angela Hays Mr. Manor Chemistry Honors P.1 4/26/2012 Molar Volume of a Gas Lab * Purpose: The purpose of the lab is to relate a gas to a certain number of moles. * Prediction: The prediction is that * Procedure: 1. Obtain two to three pieces of Magnesium ribbon. 2. Measure the ribbon to the 1/100 of a centimeter. 3. Fill beaker up to 500 mL of tap water. Then, fill a graduated cylinder with 10 mm of 6 molar HCl (aq). 4. Poor HCl into gas collection tube. 5....
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  • Volume and Right Circular Cone
     ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1 (DAS10203) GROUP ASSIGNMENT Application of Differentiation CONTENT No. Items Pages 1. Theory 3 2. Problems 5 3. Fila Table 6 4. Problem Solving 7 5. References 10 6. Minute Meetings 11 THEORY In Isaac Newton's day, one of the biggest problems was poor navigation at sea. Shipwrecks occurred because the ship was not where the captain thought it should be. There was not a...
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  • Volume and Data Table - 1265 Words
    DENSITY DETERMINATION An old riddle asks “Which is heavier, a pound of feathers or a pound of lead?” The answer is obvious, of course, since a pound of feathers and a pound of lead both weigh the same, one pound. However, there is clearly something different about a small piece of lead and a large bag of feathers, even though they weigh the same. What is this difference? The relationship between the lead and feathers is expressed by the physical property called density. Density is...
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  • Density,Mass, and Volume
    Density, Mass and Volume Density is the measure of how tightly the particles of a substance are packed into a given volume. L=1cm B=1cm H=1cm Aluminium=1cm3 Volume=lbh Volume= 1cm*1cm*1cm Volume= 1cm3 Iron 1cm3 1cm3 of iron would be however than 1 cm of aluminium. The density of the iron cube would be greater than the density of the aluminium cube. One explanation from that is that the particles/molecules in the iron cube are more...
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  • Investigating Ratios of Areas and Volumes
    Investigating Ratios of Areas and Volumes In this portfolio, I will be investigating the ratios of the areas and volumes formed from a curve in the form y = xn between two arbitrary parameters x = a and x = b, such that a < b. This will be done by using integration to find the area under the curve or volume of revolution about an axis. The two areas that will be compared will be labeled ‘A’ and ‘B’ (see figure A). In order to prove or disprove my conjectures, several different values for n...
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  • Mathematics Volume and Surface Area
    Mathematics Volume of Solids Formulae for Volume of Solids Cube | Cuboid | Triangular Prism | Cylinder | Cone | Pyramid | Sphere | AnyPrism | s3 | lwh | ½bhl | Πr2h | 1/3πr2h | 1/3Ah | 4/3πr3 | Ah | A = area of the base of the figure s = length of a side of the figure l = length of the figure w = width of the figure h = height of the figure π = 22/7 or 3.14 1. Compute the volume of a cube with side 7cm. Volume of cube: s3 s = 7cm s3 = (7cm x 7cm x 7cm) = 343cm3 2....
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  • Relating Mass and Volume - 666 Words
    Purpose of experiment: To demonstrate how the identity of an unknown substance can be obtained by its density. By measuring the mass and volume (by water displacement method) of 4 unknown samples, density will be calculated and the unknown substance will be identified by comparison to a list of substances with their known density. This will prove that regardless of shape or size of a substance, the density will remain constant at a given temperature and ca be used to identify unknown...
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  • Molar Volume of Hydrogen Lab
    Abstract Molar volume is the volume that one mole of gas occupies when temperature and pressure are kept constant. The molar volume of a gas can be determined through evaluating how much gas is given off when the number of moles of the substance is known. To find the volume of gas that will be used to calculate the molar volume, the process of water displacement can be used. Reference Citation Cesa, J. (2002). ChemTopic labs: Experiments and demonstrations in chemistry (vol. 9)....
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  • area of plane regions and volume of sol
    APPLICATIONS OF THE DEFINITE INTEGRAL MATH 022  Area of regions  volume of solids of revolution using disks and washers,  volume of solids of revolution using cylindrical shells, __________________________ Area of Plane Regions. Using vertical strips, Using horizontal strips, y  f x  d x  f y  y  f x  y  f x  x  g y  y  f x  y  g x  c y  f x  a Area: b A  b f x   gx dx Area: A  or a A  uppercurve  low ercurvedx b a  fy...
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  • Differentiation: Volume and Right Circular Cone
    Applications of Differentiation 1. If a line y = x + 1 is a tangent to the curve y2= 4x ,find the point the of contact ? 2. Find the point on the curve y = 2x2– 6x – 4 at which the tangent is parallel to the x – axis 3. Find the slope of tangent for y = tan x + sec x at x = π/4 4. Show that the function f(x) == x3– 6x2 +12x -99 is increasing for all x. 5. Find a, for which f(x) = a(x+sinx)+a is increasing 6. Find the intervals in which the function f ( x ) = x3 - 6x2 + 9x + 15 is...
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  • 6 Molar Volume Practice Questions
    LESSON 3: MOLAR VOLUME QUESTIONS 1. Calculate the density of the least dense gas, hydrogen, at 25⁰C and 101.3kPa. [0.083g/L] 2. Calculate the density of the densest gas, uranium (VI) fluoride (UF6) at 70⁰C and 25.0kPa. [3.09 g/L] 3. An unknown monoatomic gas X has a density of 5.37g/L at 25⁰C and 101.3kPa. Calculate the molar mass of the gas and determine its identity. [ 131.028g/mol; Xe] 4. Calculate the density of ammonia gas in grams per litre at 18⁰C and 100.4kPa. [0.706g/L]...
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  • The Calculation of Density By Division of Mass and Volume
    The Calculation of Density By Division of Mass and Volume Max M. & Emily O. 09/08/13 Introduction/ Purpose/ Objectives The purpose of this lab was to experimentally determine the density of three unknown objects, and to identify the objects based on their densities. A list of accepted chemical density values was given to identify these unknown compounds. A variety of simple lab techniques were used to obtain quantitative values for these unknown objects like the use of a digital...
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  • Surface Area Volume Ratio Experiment
    Surface area / Volume ratio Experiment Introduction: The surface area to volume ratio in living organisms is very important. Nutrients and oxygen need to diffuse through the cell membrane and into the cells. Most cells are no longer than 1mm in diameter because small cells enable nutrients and oxygen to diffuse into the cell quickly and allow waste to diffuse out of the cell quickly. If the cells were any bigger than this then it would take too long for the nutrients and oxygen to diffuse...
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  • Measurement of Length, Mass Volume and Density
    Haileab Ghebrekiden, Lucille Emeruem, Shakira Thomas, Chris Thomas and Brad Steward 9/18/2014 Physics I Lab Dr. Abdalla Measurement of Length, Mass Volume and Density Introduction: All science is concerned with measurement. "MEASUREMENT" is the determination of the size or magnitude of something "Or" The comparison of unknown quantity with some standard quantity of the same rates is known as measurement. Due to this fact we have standards of measurement. Since the precision of all...
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  • Effect of Surface Area to Volume Ratio on Rate of Osmosis
    [Type text] [Type text] [Type text] _An experiment on the effect of surface area to volume ratio on the rate of osmosis of Solanum tuberosum L._ BACKGROUND A cell needs to perform diffusion in order to survive. Substances, including water, ions, and molecules that are required for cellular activities, can enter and leave cells by a passive process such as diffusion. Diffusion is random movement of molecules in a net direction from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower...
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  • 08 Mass Volume and Density Study Guide
    Study Guide Chart Solids Liquids Mass Definition Unit Unit Methods the amount of matter in a given space g g Measuring Mass Directly Finding Mass by Difference Measuring out a Substance Volume the amount of space an object takes up cm3 mL Measuring Volume Directly Calculating Volume by Formula Water Displacement Method for Small, Irregularly Shaped Objects Water Displacement Method for Large, Irregularly Shaped Objects Density Mass the amount of matter in a given space g/cm3...
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  • Experiment 2 Solids Mass Volume Density
    SOLIDS: Mass, Volume and Density Measurements A. Overview Review Sections 1.4 - 1.6 in your textbook (Chemistry: The Central Science, 9th Ed. , Brown, LeMay, Bursten, & Burdge) This experiment will introduce you to a very important concept in science, especially chemistry: DENSITY. Density is the relationship between the mass of an object and the volume which it occupies. Solid substances generally have the greatest density, normally in the range of 1 - 25 g/cm3. Most liquids have densities...
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  • Lab 1-Measurement, Length, Mass, Volume, Density & Time
     GS104 Lab Report Experiment # 1 Measurement, Length, Mass, Volume, Density & Time David Case: January 17, 2015 Experiment #1 Measurement, Length, Mass, Volume, Density, & Time Objectives: To make basic distance, mass, density, and time measurements. To make calculations of volume and density, using proper units, and to practice using graphing software while graphing the relationship between the circumference of a circle and its diameter....
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  • LAB 22 Cell Size Surface Area to Volume and Diffusion
     Materials: Metric ruler, razor blades, potato pieces, paper towels, iodine Purpose: to identify why cells are so small. Hypothesis: Make a statement as to which potato cubes will diffuse the closer to the center of a cell (small, medium, large. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Dimensions For Experiment 3 Cubes with sizes A) 0.5 cm...
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  • How to Handle the Charge Volume of a Ball Mill or Rod Mill
    In physics, the charge of a volume is commonly described by a quantity called the charge density or the charge distribution. When the electric field that arises from the charge distribution exhibits a volumetric symmetry, a handy relationship known as Gauss's Law may be used to calculate the charge distribution of the volume. The charge volume of a ball or rod mill is expressed as the percentage of the volume within the liners filled with balls or rods. When the mill is stationary, the charge...
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  • How Does the Surface Area to Volume Ratio Affect Heat Loss in Organisms?
    Biology Lab Report BY: Michael Ryan Pranata 11C | Background: As heat is a form of thermal energy, they tend to have the behavior of reaching a thermal equilibrium. This means that when two bodies of different temperatures come in contact with each other, the hotter ones will transfer heat particles to the body with a colder temperature, with an aim to reach this “thermal equilibrium”, whatever the temperature may be. The larger the surface area, means there can be more “paths” from...
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  • Hydraulic oil vendors would about spiral hydraulic oil press press screw thread volume calculation of study
    Squeezer is one of the key parts of hydraulic oil press, it plays a feed in the hydraulic oil press, press, the feeding and squeezing properties of the hydraulic oil press plays a decisive influence.palm oil processing plant In the design of the screw axis calculation, calculation of screw axis compression ratio is an important content.Hydraulic oil press compression ratio is also called the theory of compression ratio or free volume ratio, namely the screw axis of the adjacent two lead...
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  • physical and chemical changes - 1005 Words
    Challenge #1 — The Penny Problem: The first challenge to complete is the Penny Problem. The radio station is giving the winner of this challenge a prize pack that includes tickets to see his or her favorite band in concert. To start off the challenge, the radio station has placed pennies in a cylindrical glass jar. Each penny is 0.75 inches in diameter and 0.061 inches thick. If the cylindrical glass jar containing the pennies has a diameter of 6 inches and a height of 11.5 inches, how many...
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  • Density Lab - 646 Words
    Ashley Robins 9/13/11 Honors Chemistry Period 4 Density Lab Purpose: 1. To determine the density of a solid using different laboratory techniques for measuring volume. 2. To use the intensive property of density to identify an unknown substance. Procedure: 1. Obtain a bag marked with a number containing a cube and a cylinder from the teacher. Record the number on the bag in the data table. Density of a cube: Using a balance, record the mass of the cube to the nearest tenth of a...
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  • Matter and Measurement Labpaq Template
    Laboratory Techniques and Measurements Peter Jeschofnig, Ph.D. Version 42-0165-00-01 Lab RepoRt assistant This document is not meant to be a substitute for a formal laboratory report. The Lab Report Assistant is simply a summary of the experiment’s questions, diagrams if needed, and data tables that should be addressed in a formal lab report. The intent is to facilitate students’ writing of lab reports by...
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  • Density Metal Lab - 703 Words
     10/25/12 Chemistry Per. 3 Density of Metal Lab I. Purpose and Procedure In this experiment, groups were each given two unknown metals in which they had to find the mass, volume, and density. After finding the density of the unknown metals by dividing the mass by the volume, the groups had to exchange data and find the average densities of the two unknown metals. A table of accepted value of metals and their densities was given out to each group so they could match the...
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  • Ergogenic Aids - 1296 Words
    MATHCOUNTS 2008 State Sprint Round 1. John saw an ad for tomato soup at 24¢ per can. At the price 1. advertised, what is the greatest number of whole cans of soup John could buy for $1.00? 2. Yvonne purchased a jacket at Right Price, and the lowest 2. price on the tag was $4. This was the sale price, which was calculated by taking 75% off of the original price. What was the original price of Yvonne’s jacket? 3. What is the greatest number of interior right angles a convex...
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  • Determination of Density - 586 Words
    Lab #2 Determination of Density Britney Williams Chemistry 121 Dr. Yu 1/29/13 Purpose: To determine the densities of aluminum and zinc cylinders Density is the relationship between the mass of an object and its volume. Sometimes density can be easy to sense. If two objects have exactly the same shape and size, the denser one may feel heavier. If their densities are close together, it can be hard to tell the difference. It gets really tough if you are dealing with materials that have very...
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  • Density of Metals Lab - 835 Words
    Density of Metals Lab 1. Purpose The purpose of this lab was answered in 4 questions, and their answers are here shown. The density of the metals we used were 5g/cm3. The density of a metal piece does not depend on its size, it depends on the total mass and total volume. The most accurate way of determining density is dividing mass by volume. You can’t identify metals by their density. It can help you narrow the options down, but you can’t identify a metal by using only its density. 2....
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  • fvs 03.07 - 818 Words
     Part I: Density of Unknown Liquid Calculate the mass of the liquid for each trial. (Subtract the mass of the empty graduated cylinder from the mass of the graduated cylinder with liquid.) Trial 1: Empty graduated cylinder is 25.5 subtracted from 36.5 of the liquid and the cylinder combined equals 11 grams of liquid. Trial 2: 36 grams of water and liquid combined minus the 25.5 of the empty cylinder means equals 10.5 grams of liquid only. Trial 3: Again 36 grams of liquid and the empty...
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  • classification of solids - 600 Words
    Individual solid particles are characterised by their size, shape, and density. 1.1 Particle shape The shape of an individual particle is expressed in terms of the sphericity F s, which is independent of particle size. The sphericity of a particle is the ratio of the surface-volume ratio of a sphere with equal volume as the particle and the surface-volume ratio of the particle. For a spherical particle of diameter D p, F s =1; for a non-spherical particle, the sphericity is defined as...
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  • Bunsen Burner Lab - 409 Words
    I. Objectives A. Able to use Bunsen Burner B. Show to handle liquids and solids in lab. C. Basic safety and Electric balance. D. To show knowledge of being able to find volume of a liquid. II. Equipment. A. Bunsen Burner B. Rubber Hose C. Striker D. Electric Balance E. Crucible Tongs F. Piece of paper G. Gas and Knob H. Copper Wire I. 2.75g of Sugar J. Test Tube K. Graduated Cylinder L. Water III. Procedure • Put on Safety Goggles. • Bunsen Burner Lab o Attach Rubber...
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  • Tri-Square Rug Games
    Just Count the Pegs P.O.W. – I.M.P. II All that this Problem of the Week is about is formulas for finding area of a shape on a geometry board depending on the number of boundary pegs (pegs that make the perimeter of the shape) and inside pegs (any pegs inside the shape). The main, and pretty much only goal was to find different formulas to figure out the area of a shape with certain characteristics. The characteristics were depending on the number of outside pegs, the number of inside...
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  • Ib Math Sl Formula Booklet
    Diploma Programme Mathematics SL formula booklet For use during the course and in the examinations First examinations 2014 Published March 2012 © International Baccalaureate Organization 2012 Mathematical studies SL: Formula booklet 1 5045 Contents Prior learning Topics Topic 1—Algebra Topic 2—Functions and equations Topic 3—Circular functions and trigonometry Topic 4—Vectors Topic 5—Statistics and probability Topic 6—Calculus 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 Mathematics SL formula...
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  • Density Lab Report - 759 Words
    LAB ACTIVITY 1 MEASUREMENTS IN SCIENCE: MASS, VOLUME, AND DENSITY Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is find the density of two metals using their mass and volume. Introduction: The purpose of the experiment that was conducted was to measure and calculate the density of two different metals. Density is an important characteristic of a material. The density of an object shows how much mass is contained in the unit volume. To calculate the density of metals the experimenters had to find...
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  • Hello - 701 Words
    1a Packaging of a potato chip 6cm Volume of a single = 170cm cubed Volume of cylinder = ∏r squared Height= volume Divided by ( ∏r squared) Height= 170cm divided by (∏ x 3 squared) Height = 6.01 round of to 6cm Allowing 1 extra cm for room Top and bottom of cylinder = 6cm + 1cm = 7cm Height= 6cm + 1cm = 7cm Total surface Area= area of base + area of...
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  • Maths Higher Tier Paper
    Sp N ec e ifi w ca tio n Centre Number 71 Candidate Number General Certificate of Secondary Education 2011 Mathematics Unit T4 GMT41 (With calculator) Higher Tier [GMT41] TUESDAY 31 MAY For Examiner’s use only Question Number Marks 9.15 am–11.15 am 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Total Marks TIME 2 hours. INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES Write your Centre Number and Candidate Number in the spaces provided at the top of this page. Write your answers in...
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  • rate of change - 623 Words
    QUESTION 1 :A snowball has volume where r is the radius. The snowball is melting so that at the instant that the radius is 4 cm. The radius is decreasing at the rate of 0 .25 cm/min. What is the rate of change of the volume at this instant? FACT IDEA LEARNING ISSUE ACTION PLAN 1) Snowball is melting that at the instant. 2) The snowball radius is 4cm. 3) The radius is decreasing at the rate of 0 .25 cm/min. 1) Make equation using chain rule. Chain rule based on the information given....
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  • Walt Disney - 18926 Words
    General ColleGe Chemistry LabPaq / Published by: Hands-On Labs, Inc. sales@HOLscience.com / www.HOLscience.com / Toll Free 866.206.0773 a laboratory manual of small-scale experiments for the independent study of General College Chemistry 50-0125-CK-01 LabPaq® is a registered trademark of Hands-On Labs, Inc. (HOL). The LabPaq referenced in this manual is produced by Hands-On Labs, Inc. which holds and reserves all copyrights on experiences. The laboratory manual included with a...
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  • CHM130 Lab 2 - 1057 Words
    CHM130 Lab 2 Measurements: Accuracy and Precision A. Data Tables (36 points) Place your completed data tables into your report here: Data Table 1 Measurement Data Length of aluminum plastic packet 5 cm Height of aluminum plastic packet 6.5 cm Temperature of faucet water 23°C Temperature of ice water 11°C Volume of water in 10-mL graduated cylinder 10 ML Volume of water in 50-mL graduated cylinder 10 ML Data Table 2 Measurement Data Inside diameter of 50-mL graduated cylinder 2.5...
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  • Chem Lab 2 Report
    Cydney Kessler Date of Experiment June 13, 2015 Report Submitted: June 15, 2015 Title: Laboratory Techniques and Measurements Purpose: In this experiment I will determine the mass, density, volume, lengths and temperatures of different objects and liquids to help me better understand the importance of Chemistry and how Chemistry plays a big role in our everyday lives. Procedure: In the experiment, I use devices such as a ruler, beakers, flasks, a scale and...
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  • Surface Area of a Sphere - 580 Words
    | |Subject: Surface area of a sphere | A connection which could be illustrated, and could be understood by students who know the perimeter of a circle, runs as follows: Put the sphere of radius R inside a cylinder, with the cylinder just touching the equator, and cut off at the height of the top and bottom of the sphere. (A cutaway view is in the diagram.) [pic] What is the area of the...
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  • Lab Report 1 Lab Techniques and Measurements
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