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A 2.8-L engine in a vehicle with air-conditioning uses 26.5-L of coolant. If the coolant has a density of 1.11 g/ml, what mass does the coolant add to the vehicle?

  • chemistry (please help) -

    Use density to find the mass

    Density * Volume = Mass of Coolant

    Make sure to convert 26.5 to ml or take 1.11 g/ml to 1.11 g/L.

  • chemistry (please help) -

    Mass = Density x Volume
    M=1.11g/cm^3 x 26.5 liters
    Mass = 29.425 Kg

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