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Physical Science. Density. Challenge 2. L. LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/. Will it float in water? Determine if the following shapes will float in water by calculating the density for each item. D = M / V. Mass: 15 g Volume: 20 mL.

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challenge 2

Physical Science

Density

Challenge 2

L. LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/

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Will it float in water? Determine if the following shapes will float in water by calculating the density for each item. D = M / V

Mass: 15 g

Volume: 20 mL

Mass: 1000 g

Volume: 50 mL

Mass: 225 g

Volume: 100 mL

Mass: 10 g

Volume: 200 mL

www.middleschoolscience.com 2008

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Will it float in water? Determine if the following shapes will float in water by calculating the density for each item. D = M / V

Float

Float

Mass: 15 g

Volume: 20 mL

Density:

0.75 g/mL

Mass: 1000 g

Volume: 50 mL

Density:

20.0 g/mL

Mass: 225 g

Volume: 100 mL

Density:

2.25 g/mL

Mass: 10 g

Volume: 200 mL

Density:

0.05 g/mL

If the density is less than 1.0 g/cm3 then it will float. 1 g/mL = 1 g/cm3

www.middleschoolscience.com 2008