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Solution Set _1 - $1.00/$1.48 per kilogram = 0.676...

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University of Southern California MASC 110L Problem Set #1 E. Goo Do the following problems from Chapter 1 in Brown and Holme. Answer to odd problems are in the back of book. 1. 1.40 -186 o C + 273.15 = 87.15 K 2. 1.43 3. 1.45 4. 1.47 5. 1.52 Volume = 17 ml – 11.3 ml = 5.7 ml or 5.7 cm 3 which should be rounded off to 6 cm 3 Mass = 12.1 g Density = 12.1 g/6 cm 3 = 2 g/cm 3 6. 1.54 $1.48/8 = $0.185
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Unformatted text preview: $1.00/$1.48 per kilogram = 0.676 kilograms 7. 1.56 A picometer is 1x10-12 meters 148 pm = 1.48x10-10 meters 8. 1.57 9. 1.60 92 meters/second x 0.001 kilometers/meters x 3600 seconds/hour = 331.2 kilometers/hour x 0.60 miles/kilometer = 198.7 miles per hour which should be rounded off to two significant figures or 2.0 x 10 2 miles per hour. 10. 1.63...
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