Report Measurements and Density notd QUESTIONS Name Section etion of the 1. From your data, calculate the volume occupied by 100 g of the following: a. salt solution volume- 0 562 n b. metal bar 1.16891ML Volume 1-1SS 2. From your answers to question 1 determine whether the metal bar or the salt solution occupies the larger volume. Explain your answer in the context of the densities of solids and liquids in general. AUS S Chim unk 3. Define the terms precision and accuracy in such a way as to distinguish between them. u betqoo d dtov Bet ch ties. Wher mixures Lot of sweetener The ments. Mixtures such composition, prtpert called heter og vary. For sefe 4. Are your results for the metal bar more precise or more accurate? Explain. Are 5. From your data for the salt solution, evaluate the two methods in terms of their precision. Which method should lead to greater precision? Which method actually is more precise? Explain. Each d ion of of ofh

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Measurements and Density
notd
QUESTIONS
Name
Section
etion of the
1. From your data, calculate the volume occupied by 100 g of the following:
a. salt solution
volume- 0
562 n
b. metal bar
1.16891ML
Volume
1-1SS
2. From your answers to question 1 determine whether the metal bar or the salt solution occupies the larger
volume. Explain your answer in the context of the densities of solids and liquids in general.
AUS
S
Chim
unk
3. Define the terms precision and accuracy in such a way as to distinguish between them.
u betqoo d
dtov Bet
ch
ties. Wher
mixures
Lot of sweetener The
ments. Mixtures such
composition, prtpert
called heter og
vary. For
sefe
4. Are your results for the metal bar more precise or more accurate? Explain.
Are
5. From your data for the salt solution, evaluate the two methods in terms of their precision. Which method
should lead to greater precision? Which method actually is more precise? Explain.
Each
d
ion of
of ofh

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Report Measurements and Density notd QUESTIONS Name Section etion of the 1. From your data, calculate the volume occupied by 100 g of the following: a. salt solution volume- 0 562 n b. metal bar 1.16891ML Volume 1-1SS 2. From your answers to question 1 determine whether the metal bar or the salt solution occupies the larger volume. Explain your answer in the context of the densities of solids and liquids in general. AUS S Chim unk 3. Define the terms precision and accuracy in such a way as to distinguish between them. u betqoo d dtov Bet ch ties. Wher mixures Lot of sweetener The ments. Mixtures such composition, prtpert called heter og vary. For sefe 4. Are your results for the metal bar more precise or more accurate? Explain. Are 5. From your data for the salt solution, evaluate the two methods in terms of their precision. Which method should lead to greater precision? Which method actually is more precise? Explain. Each d ion of of ofh

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