The Dancing Duck Toy. By- Maddy Ryder, Marly Herzberg, and Alexis Floyd. Dancing Duck. P oplar. Cube D. Volume- 15.625 cm3 Mass- 9g. Density- 0.5 It is popular because its density is 0.576 and that is a density lower than water so it will float. Procedure.
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By- Maddy Ryder, Marly Herzberg, and Alexis Floyd
First we measured the mass and the density of each object… we did the mass by placing the cube we chose on the scale, (we made sure the scale was on 0 g.) and it came out to a number. Then we got the volume by measuring LxWxH and we got the number for that. Then we divided the mass number by the volume number and the answer of that is the density.