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Unformatted text preview: weigh each. Record the mass of each. 10. Calculate the change in mass for each tube. To calculate the change in mass, use the equation: Final Mass Initial Mass 11. Graph your data on a scatter plot(X axis concentration of honey/ Y axis change in mass), insert a line of best fit, plug in your data for your unknown concentration and then solve for X to find the concentration of the evidence honey. Concentration Amount of Honey(mL) Amount of Water(mL) Unknown 10 mL of evidence honey None 100% Honey Solution 10mL of pure honey None 80% Honey Solution 16mL 4mL 60% Honey Solution 12mL 8mL 40% Honey Solution 8mL 12mL 0% Honey Solution 0mL 10mL Mass before: 0%.11.05 g 40%.13.50g 60%.13.89g 80%.14.70g 100%.15.85g unknown.14.44g Mass after: 0%.11.26 40%.18.61 60%.19.58 80%.21.71 100%.23.21 unknown.20.78 Mass change: 0%..21 40%.5.11 60%.5.69 80%.7.01 100%.7.36 unknown.6.34...
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Johnsmith during the Spring '11 term at Emmanuel College.
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