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Determining the density of an irregular solid...? Determining the **density** of an irregular solid Steve Beckman WGU INT1 December 12, Determining **Density** of an Irregular Solid 0 Problem ment Challenge to the determination of the **density** of an irregular solid is poised to its non-conformity to the any three-dimensional object that are used in the functional determination of the volume of natural and synthetic three dimensional objects. An irregular object falls outside the circular, ellipse, triangular, square, and rectangular or sphere basic units used in the mathematical computation of object. From the microscopic point of view, any material usually has a specific arrangement of its atoms. The bonding between the atoms determines the strength of the material. Due to uniformity... in the...

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Reprt...Specific gravity The specific gravity of two liquid samples was measured using a hydrometer. The specific gravity measured was accounted in the buoyancy of each liquid relative to water. Specific gravity was calculated by dividing the **density** of each liquid sample by the **density** of the standard substance, distilled water in this case. Goals The aim of the experiment was to determine the specific gravity of two liquids using a hydrometer. Introduction: The specific gravity of a substance, represented by Gs, is defined as the ratio of the **density** of that substance to the **density** of distilled water at a particular temperature (40 C). The value of Gs is a numerical value...

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Length, mass, volume, and density...Length, Mass, Volume, and **Density** Lab report is characterized by a procedural undertaking of an experiment that examining a phenomenon. The experiment yields results that are then evaluated for the desired characteristics. The experimenting procedure is undertaken using a number of steps, all of which make up an objective, method, result and application.
Objective – This defines the desired or expected outcome. The experimental procedure is carried to determine the underlying behavior or principle in a given scenario. In other words, all the other parts of the report are developed based on the objectives. What is to be achieved determines what method to employ in carrying out the research.
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Density Lab...**Density** Lab Conclusion Data Interpretation **Density** Lab is conducted for the purpose of determining **densities** of different substances after which the experimental data collected are compared to the **densities** of these substances found in literature. For one, the pine’s **density** as obtained in the experiment is 0.47 g/ml which falls within the theoretical range of 0.35 – 0.67 depending on the class of pine (which in this case is near the value of kind radiata at 0.48). Similarly, the experimental **density** of oak which is 0.75 g/ml is well within 0.6 – 0.9 and closest to the true values 0.74, 0.77, and 0.74 which are **densities**...

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Theory... Theory 1 Explain the physical principle of the tools for: a. SP log The Spontaneous Potential log is sensitive to electrical charge. In this same regard, it functions by measuring electrical potentials between depths in oil boreholes together with a voltage exhibited on the surface. Hydrocarbon suppression reduces the response which can be realized by the SP log.
b. GR log
The Gamma Ray log uses gamma radiation to measure the characteristics of rocks or sediments in a well. It functions well even in steel or concrete walls because of it being sensitive.
c. **Density** log
This type of log is majorly attributed to its sensitivity to porosity. This is the property which enables it to function the way it does. It is able to determine... the...

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Density experiment...**Density** Lab Report Charnelle Palama and Tanya Ono (Group H) Chaminade This experiment aims at using the Archimedes principle to determine the **density** of post-1985 pennies. The experiment used water determined corresponding masses and volumes of pieces of pennies. This was then used to determine the pennies’ average **density**. The results yielded a significant relationship between mass and volume at ‘0.05 level of significance’ and a corresponding p value of 0.0009. The results also identified an experimental **density** of 7.54 g/mL for the pennies. This was different from a theoretical **density** of the pennies that is 7.18 g/mL. The experiment therefore yielded...

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Magnetic flux density...Country with High Mortality: Cameroon Country with High Mortality: Cameroon Health disparities are increasingly creating economic burdens to communities, families, as well as health care systems for different nations (Newman, 2007). Across the world, chronic diseases, and infant mortality have continued affecting people of all races. In recent years, there has been increased research on the causes of these deaths with the focus shifting on the impact of health disparities in developing nations. According to Newman (2007) Africa is the most affected region when it comes to health disparities. Newman contents that that globally, one death in five is from a communicable or infectious disease. What is more appalling is that most... with High...

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Error Propagation: Volumes Linearized plot: Density... Error Propagation and Graph Linearization in Volumes and **Density** Introduction In lab experiments, errors emerge from numerous sources including variability of instruments, imprecision in observation and sample differences among others. Errors typically increase when the number of variables involved increases. In order to determine the average value of errors encountered, a thorough error propagation exercise is necessary. Error propagation entails combination of individual uncertainties as a means of determining the accurate value of an experimental error. Aside from error propagation, lab experiments also benefits from the concept of graph linearization. In most cases, a pair of variables under analysis may portray a non-linear... of mass...

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Volume and density...Lab Report Table of Contents Objective Experimental Data Data Analysis Results Discussion and Conclusion Works Cited Objective This experiment consists of two parts, the first part being computing for the volumes of several objects from measurements of its dimensions empirically as well as investigating error propagation; and the second part being the derivation of the **density** of objects again from empirical measurements and in the context of error propagation (Cornell).
Experimental Data
Table 1: Hollow cylinder measurements
Height in mm
Thickness in mm
Inner diameter in mm
1
128.1
6.2
77.35
2
128.3
6.1
76.4
3
128.3
6.2
75.4
4
129.3
6.1
77.3
5
129.3
6.1
76.5
Mean value
130
6.1
77
Std. dev
0.5899
0.0548
0.797
delta H =...

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Archimedes Principle...Lab Report on Archimedes’ Principle Theoretically, **density**, or rather specific **density** of parent material determines whether an object sinks or floats when immersed in water. Specific gravity is the ration of a material’s **density** to that of water. Practically, the physical properties of volume, **density**, and mass are related as d = m/v. Experiments that study the floating and sinking properties of different materials are practical application of Archimedes Principle (Smith 15). According to the principle, volume of liquid displaced when an object is immersed in water is directly related to the weight of the immersed object. Below are tabulated results indicating numerous...

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