An empty relative density bottle has a mass of 30g. When filled with paraffin, its...

An empty relative density bottle has a mass of 30g. When filled with paraffin, its mass is 70g. Calculate the mass of the bottle when it is filled with water. (relative density of papaffin =0.8)?

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isaaq
6 months ago
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70 -30 = 40g = Wt. of paraffin.
V = 40g/(0.8g/cm^3) = 50cm^3 = Vol. of bottle.
Mass = 30 + (50cm^3*1g/cm^3) = 80g When filled with water.
EmX
6 months ago
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