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28 February, 22:06

If a certain mass of mercury has a volume of 0.002 m^3 at a temperature of 20°c, what will be the volume at 50°c

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  1. 1 March, 03:55
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    The answer is definitely A. 0.002010812m3
  2. 1 March, 13:23
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    Change in volume = mass x coefficient of linear expansion x change in temperature

    .002 x. 0001802 x 30 =.000010812

    initial volume + change in volume = Final volume

    .002 +.000010812 =.002010812 m cubed
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