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25 June, 19:52

For a family dinner, Jose's mom baked a loaf of bread. During the meal, his grandmother commented, "This bread is so dense!"

1) What do you think Jose's grandmother meant by saying that the bread was too dense?

2) What other things can you think of that are "dense"?

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  1. 25 June, 20:07
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    What I think that Jose's grandmother meant by saying that the bread was too dense, is that she thinks the bread is too heavy or it can even mean to be too compacted in substance. The matter in the bread are close together and not spread out like in the air, when the matter in the air starts to come closer together it starts to make fog, because it is becoming more dense. Some more things that are heavy or dense are things like a big stereo speaker, an anvil, or even a big piece of wood used to build.
  2. 25 June, 21:30
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    The answer to your question is below.

    Explanation:

    1) What do you think Jose's grandmother meant by saying that the bread was to dense?

    Jose thinks that the bread is heavy, difficult to digest and that he can not see porous inside the bread.

    2. - What other things can you think of that are are dense?

    Metals, like jewelry (gold, silver, platinum), stones (opal, emerald), others like titanium, bismuth, etc.
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