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An empty beaker weighs 42.75 grams. When completely filled with water, the beaker and its contents have a total mass of 399.95 grams. What volume does the beaker hold Use d=1.00 g/ml as the density of water.

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  1. 399.95 = mass empty beaker + H2O
    -42.75 = mass empty beaker
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    357.2 = mass H2O
    volume H2O = mass/density = (357.2/1.00) = ?

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