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Unformatted text preview: or wrote it on the board where everyone could see, rather than crowding around one sheet of paper, where no one can get anything copied down. 2. As we measured the mass on the balance, the decimals would constantly fluctuate. If we tried a different balance, it might have gave us a more precise and accurate determination of the true mass. 3. When we measured out the water in the graduated cylinder, we could have had more people eye it for us, to make sure our more precise, and hopefully accurate, rather than just 2 people eyeing it. CONCLUSION: All in all, I learned that the how to calculate the densities or the metals, and seeing how they were very different. QUESTIONS: 1. What relationship was revealed by your graph? The densities of mass lead and the densities of aluminum are very different. The slope of lead is much steeper than the slope of aluminum....
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