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A student obtained a clean, dry glass- stoppered flask. She weighed the flask and stopper on an analytical balance and found the total mass to be 33.695 g. She then filled the flask with water and obtained a mass for the full stoppered flask of 64.356 g. From these data, and the fact that at the temperature of the laboratory the density of water was 0.9978 g/ cm3, find the volume of the stoppered flask.

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  1. volume= net mass / density

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