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Volume. Challenge # 1. By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008. Volume of Irregular Objects. A rock was placed into a graduated cylinder containing 100 milliliters of water. The diagram to the right illustrates the new level of water.

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Volume

Challenge # 1

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008

volume of irregular objects
Volume of Irregular Objects

A rock was placed into a graduated cylinder containing 100 milliliters of water. The diagram to the right illustrates the new level of water.

What is the volume of the rock?

(A) 41 mL (B) 141 mL

(C) 42 mL (D) 142 mL

Modified from NY State Regents Exam: Biology Jan. 24, 2001

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Volume of Irregular Objects

A rock was placed into a graduated cylinder containing 100 milliliters of water. The diagram to the right illustrates the new level of water.

What is the volume of the rock?

(C) 42 mL

142 mL (end) – 100 mL (start) = 42 mL

Each line = 2 mL increments

Modified from NY State Regents Exam: Biology Jan. 24, 2001 question # 117