1. Determine a range of temperatures from which to calculate the density curve of water. For instance, choose six temperatures (all in degrees Fahrenheit) from freezing to nearly
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1. Distinguish between volume and density. Volume (v)  It's the space occupied by an 3dimensional object enclosed by a close boundary. Density (ρ)  It's simply mass/unit volume
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It is calculated by dividing the population by the area.Therefore, you would need to have the number of people in the numerator(on the top of the fraction) and the number of square
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For example, with an appropriate densimeter.
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