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when determining the volume of the irregularly shaped object , any air bubbles sticking to the surface of the object when it is submerged will cause...

when determining the volume of the irregularly shaped object , any air bubbles sticking to the surface of the object when it is submerged will cause systematic errors. will this error give an experimental density that is too high or too low? explain

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