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You are carrying a 3.4 gallon jug full of cold water. Given that the water has a density of 1.0 grams per milliliter, and one gallon is equal to 3.8 liters, state the mass of the water in kilograms.

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    3.8 L=3.8x10^-3 m^3
    D=1 g/mm^3 =1000 kg/m^3
    m=DxV=1000 x 3.8x10^-3=3.8 kg

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