I'm working on a lab from World of Chemistry called 'The Bean Lab: An Investigation into Moles' We were given five different types of beans and told...
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I'm working on a lab from World of Chemistry called "The Bean Lab: An Investigation into Moles" We were given five

different types of beans and told to measure their relative mass. Using the data from "Data Table for Part 2" as shown below, we were given the prompt (Question 2). I'm completely lost with how I'm supposed to take the relative masses of the different kinds of beans and turn them into how many beans in a "pot" would be equivalent to that relative mass in grams, providing me with the answers for the rest of the page.image_6487327.JPGimage_123927839.JPG

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Average # of beans in 1 pot = (17 + 17 + 16 + 16 + 16) / 5 = 16; no number in the list is more or less than 1 away from 16,... View the full answer

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