** 12. You have a block of unknown material of mass 18 grams and volume 20 cm3. Youhave a bucket of water (pfilled right to the brim.1 g/cm3) and a bucket of alcohol (p = 0.79 g/cm3). Both buckets area) What is the density of the block?b) Which of the buckets, if any, does it float in? Explain your reasoningc) When the block is placed slowly and carefully in the bucket of water, how many cm3of water spill over the edge?d) When the block is placed slowly and carefully in the bucket of alcohol, how manycm3of alcohol spill over the edge?e) If you had a 37-gram chunk of this material (the same material as the block), whatwould its volume be?

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** 12. You have a block of unknown material of mass 18 grams and volume 20 cm3. You
have a bucket of water (p
filled right to the brim.
1 g/cm3) and a bucket of alcohol (p = 0.79 g/cm3). Both buckets are
a) What is the density of the block?
b) Which of the buckets, if any, does it float in? Explain your reasoning
c) When the block is placed slowly and carefully in the bucket of water, how many cm3
of water spill over the edge?
d) When the block is placed slowly and carefully in the bucket of alcohol, how many
cm3
of alcohol spill over the edge?
e) If you had a 37-gram chunk of this material (the same material as the block), what
would its volume be?
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** 12. You have a block of unknown material of mass 18 grams and volume 20 cm3. You have a bucket of water (p filled right to the brim. 1 g/cm3) and a bucket of alcohol (p = 0.79 g/cm3). Both buckets are a) What is the density of the block? b) Which of the buckets, if any, does it float in? Explain your reasoning c) When the block is placed slowly and carefully in the bucket of water, how many cm3 of water spill over the edge? d) When the block is placed slowly and carefully in the bucket of alcohol, how many cm3 of alcohol spill over the edge? e) If you had a 37-gram chunk of this material (the same material as the block), what would its volume be?

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Mass m 18 g 18 x 103 kg Volume V 20 em° = 20 x106 m3 Density of water p, 1 g/cm3 =1x103 kg/m3 Density of alcohol p = 0.79 g/cm° = 0.79 x 103 kg/m3

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Mass of block Density of block = Volume of block 18x 103 Po 20x10 Ps=0.9x10 kg/m3 Ps900 kg/m3

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