# Question: Question 19 To 26 (8): Calculate The Volume And Then The Density Of Each Material Provided In Table 1 Using The Size Of The Sphere And Its Mass, Then You Will Be Able To Enter The Density Values In Sakai. • Compute Your Answers For Volume To TWO Decimal Places, • For Density, ONE Decimal Place Table 1: Volume And Density Material Mass (8) Sphere …

Question: Question 19 To 26 (8): Calculate The Volume And Then The Density Of Each Material Provided In Table 1 Using The Size Of The Sphere And Its Mass, Then You Will Be Able To Enter The Density Values In Sakai. • Compute Your Answers For Volume To TWO Decimal Places, • For Density, ONE Decimal Place Table 1: Volume And Density Material Mass (8) Sphere … Show transcribed image text

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Question 19 to 26 (8): Calculate the volume and then the density of each material provided in Table 1 using the size of the sphere and its mass, then you will be able to enter the density values in Sakai. • Compute your answers for volume to TWO decimal places, • for Density, ONE decimal place Table 1: volume and density Material Mass (8) Sphere Radius (cm) Volume (cm) (two decimal places) Density (g/cm) (one decimal place) Water (liquid) 3.30 cm 150.538 019 Water ice (solid) 3.30 cm 135.48 g 920 Basalt 3.30 cm 451.60 g Q21 Granite 4.00 cm 723.82 g V= (4/3) Ter3 = (1.3333) x 3.14159 (4.00) = 268.08 cm p=m/ p=723.82/268.08 p=2.7 Iron meteorite 3.30 cm 1,174.15 8 Q22 Gold 3.30 cm 2,905.28 g Q23 Olivine (forsterite) 3.30 cm 486.22g Q24 Peridotite 3.30 cm 496.76 g Q25 Plagioclase feldspar (anorthite) 3.30 cm 421.498 Q26 Assignment 1 (ERSC 1P94, Planetary Science) 7
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