Mass and VolumeObjective:The objective is to determine the mass and volume of several different samples of a material. Make sure all measurements are made to the correct precision and all calculations end up with the correct number of significant figures.Materials:Scale, container, rules, pipette, water, and blocksProcedure: Part 1 Liquid Data: Liquid: _Isopropyl Alcohol_RUNVOLUME (ml)MASS CONTAINER AND LIQUID (g)MASS LIQUID (g)0051.4310110.0059.02259.022-51.431 = 7.591220.0066.61715.186330.0074.11122.680440.0081.65130.220550.0089.12237.691Procedure: Part 2 Solid Data: Solid: _Aluminum_RUNMASS BLOCK(S) (g)LENGTH(cm)WIDTH(cm)HEIGHT(cm)CALCULATED VOLUME (cm3)000000111.4032.391.890.912.39x1.89x0.19 = 4.1222.8504.781.890.918.2334.1997.171.890.9112.3445.6989.521.890.9116.4557.13511.911.890.9120.5668.44614.211.890.9124.4Graph:Plot the mass Vs. the volume of both parts on the same graph. Use circle data points for liquid and square data points for the blocks. Remember, ml and cm3are the same!
Conclusions:1.What is the physical meaning of the slope of your graph? Do NOTuse the word per in your answer.