Posted by **andrea** on Monday, January 24, 2011 at 12:52am.

Problem: A sample of liquid has amass of 1.04 kg and a volume of 1300 ml. If the mass of the sampleis to be increased by 70 g by adding more of the same kind kind ofliquid, what volume of liquid must be added?

Solution given: 1) 1040/1300=.80 2) 70/.80=88

1. Give an interpretation (not a name) for the number .80 in this context.

2. Give an interpretation (not a name) for the number 88 in this context.

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