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A board has a mass of 750 g. If you ground the whole board down to sawdust what would be the mass of the pile of sawdust?

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    A.much less that 750g
    B.a little less than 750g
    C.exactly 750g
    Or D.more that 750g

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    Please i need this ASAP

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    What would change in its mass if you ground up the board?

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    Yea

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    I don't really know
    Can you do like take 2 things out

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    Your problem doesn't state that anything has been taken out.

    If a butcher grinds up a pound of beef, how much will the ground beef weigh?

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    12 ounces

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    Is the answer 750000 which is d more than

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    Did grinding add or subtract anything from the mass of the board?

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    Add

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    What was added?

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    The grams

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    ??????,

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    There was no nuclear reaction here. No mass was converted to energy and radiated into space.

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    Unless it was a wet board and some of the moisture in the sawdust evaporated, the mass stays the same.

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    Boi.You guys are useless.How do you not know,it is obviously a little less than 750 g.And your welcome

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    This is logical.Use your brain if you have one.Skrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrt.

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    Beast moded this website.

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    Peace out.By the way I am the same god guy.

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    Ask your teacher if this answer is correct,if yes then dab and hit dem folks.

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    Don't say I didn't tell you so.

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