Time for our first MCAT question!
Two solids are placed in front of you and you are given some information about each solid. You are given the information that Solid #1 has a volume of 56 cm^3 and a density of 0.35 g/cm^3, and that Solid #2 is a sphere with a radius of 4.32 mm and a density of 0.65 g/cm^3. You are asked to find the difference in mass between the two solids. You must give your answer in SI units and show your work.
First, I will think about what I have been asked...
And now, I will solve the problem...
I hope you tried solving the problem yourself, first. And that's it for the first chapter of introductory chemistry! Happy studying everyone.
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