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A steel cylinder has a volume of 0.26 L and holds 4 kg of water at 25˚C and 200 kPa. (a) Find the total mass and total volume of the system (cylinder + water). (b) Give the values for two EXTENSIVE properties and two INTENSIVE properties of the water.
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