Chemistry

How do I figure out the mass of a skittle?

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  1. If you don't have a mass balance, then buy a package and divide the weight (mass in grams) stated on the package by the number os Skittles inside.
    If the mass is stated in ounces, use 1 oz. = 28.4 g to get the mass in grams

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