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**Laboratory Techniques and Measurements**

- Rinse the volumetric flask well with distilled

water.

**Data Table 9**for "Solution 1."

**Data Table 9**for "Solution 1."

**Data Table 9**under "Final Concentration."

*Note: **In step 21, transfer the appropriate volume of sugar solutions (4.5 mL, 3.0 mL, and 6.0 mL). Also, use the diluted solution from the previous step as the initial concentration on the next dilution. Do not use the same initial concentration of 32% for all the dilutions.*

- graph displaying the relationship between Concentration and Density for the sugar solution. The x-axis on the chart will be Density and the y-axis is Concentration. Insert the graph into
**Data Table 10**of your**Lab Report Assistant**.

These are the direct instructions and below is the data table given. I need the blanks filled out to be able to see how the calculations are done. I am confused with the instructions and don't if what I have been doing is correct. Please help.

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