Practice: A piece of unknown solid weighs approximately 0.045 lbs. When a scientist places it in a glass beaker the water level increases from 200 mL to 260 mL. What is the density of the unknown solid in g/mL?

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The **density of non-geometric objects** can be determined using water displacement.

Concept #1: Calculate the volume of the water displaced by the submerging of the object. (The volume of the given cylinders are in mL).

Practice: A piece of unknown solid weighs approximately 0.045 lbs. When a scientist places it in a glass beaker the water level increases from 200 mL to 260 mL. What is the density of the unknown solid in g/mL?

Practice: If an irregularly shaped apple possesses a density of 0.96 g/cm^{3}, what is its mass in milligrams? (The volume of the given cylinders are in mL).

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