mass of empty flask plus stopper 36.765 g

mass of stoppered flask plus water 65.264 g

Temperature 24.8 C

calculate the volume?

need help please

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  1. mass H2O = 65.264-36.765 = ?
    Look up the density of water at 24.8 C.
    Then mass = volume x density.
    You know mass and density, substitute and solve for volume.

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  2. DrBob222 thank you so much!

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