# Be sure to answer all parts. A 39.3−g sample of lead (Pb) pellets at 27°C is mixed with a 66.3−g sample of lead pellets at the same temperature. The density of Pb at 27°C is 11.35 g/cm3. (a) What is the final mass of the combined sample?(b) What is the final temperature? (c) What is the final density?

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Be sure to answer all parts.

A 39.3−g sample of lead (Pb) pellets at 27°C is mixed with a 66.3−g sample of lead pellets at the same temperature. The density of Pb at 27°C is 11.35 g/cm3.

(a) What is the final mass of the combined sample?

(b) What is the final temperature?

(c) What is the final density?

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Step 1

Given:

Mass of lead (Pb) pellets at 27°C = 39.3 g

Mass of lead (Pb) pellets = 66.3 g.

Step 2

Calculation for final mass:

Total mass = Mass of lead (Pb) pellets at 27°C + Mass of lead (Pb) pellets

Total mass = 39.3 g + 66.3 g = 105.6 g

Step 3

As lead pellets are at same temperature. So, temperature r...

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