Measure the mass and calculate the density of the magnet using the correct significant figures and units. Show work for full credit. (2 points)
To exemplify, when we were measuring the initial mass for the potato to be put in the 0.4M solution, 25.60 g came up the most, however, other masses between 25g to 27 grams came as well. Relating to this, for the final mass of 0.8M first appeared as 20.47 g but then it kept on changing from 21 to 23 g. Nevertheless, we guessed this may have been more accurate because it was the one sensed most immediately and on top of that we were confused on which one to pick. Therefore, when just had to pick the number that showed up the most often or first appeared at times during the process. Hence, our initial and final masses of the potato may have been slightly off.
Complete the calculations below using this data. Show all of your work and clearly label each of your calculations.
However, it is fair to provide lesser coefficient to M3, due to its relation with the original data. This means, the coefficient of M3 must be lesser than the first or second order Matrix. Therefore, the coefficient of M3 is 0.4, which is smaller than any of M or M2.