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40 centimeters cubed of dry sand is added to a graduated cylinder containing water, the level of the liquid rose 15 centimeters cubed on the scale. What is the volume, in centimeters cubed of air in the sand?

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    V(sand)-V(water) = 40-15 =25 cm^3

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