Problem: Three samples, each of a different substance, are weighed and their volume is measured. The results are tabulated below. List the substances in order of decreasing density.MassVolumeSubstance I10.0 g10.0 mLSubstance II10.0 kg12.0 LSubstance III12.0 mg10.0 mu { m L}

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density=massvolume


Substance I:

density=10.0 g10.0 mL

density = 1.0 g/mL


Substance II:

1 kg = 103 g

1 mL = 10-3 L

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Three samples, each of a different substance, are weighed and their volume is measured. The results are tabulated below. List the substances in order of decreasing density.



MassVolume
Substance I10.0 g10.0 mL
Substance II10.0 kg12.0 L
Substance III12.0 mg10.0



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