Milk has a density of 1.25 g/ml, calculate the mass of 1 l of milk....

Justine Pennington

Justine Pennington

Answered

2022-11-26

Milk has a density of 1.25 g/ml, calculate the mass of 1 l of milk.
A)0.030 g
B)1.030 g
C)0.030 kg
D)1.030 kg

Answer & Explanation

Jimmy Sandoval

Jimmy Sandoval

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2022-11-27Added 9 answers

The right option is (C) 1.250 kg
Step 1, Given data
Density of milk = 1.25 g/ml
Volume = 1 liter = 1000 ml
Step 2, locating the milk's mass
We know,
D e n s i t y = m a s s v o l u m e
So, m a s s = d e n s i t y × v o l u m e
Putting all the values
m a s s = 1.25 g / m l × 1000 m l = 1250 g = 1.250 k g.
Hence the mass of the milk is 1.250 kg

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