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other density problem. And obviously density is important in
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chemistry. And we're told that this is for methanol
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, that 0.791 grams of methanol, her one mil
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a liter. And that's at 20 degrees cells,
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Yes. So that's our density. And we're told
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, uh, that or basically we find out what
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we need to have 200 18 bill leaders, and
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we want to find out how many grams that is
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. So they say 280 milliliters. A. We
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simply multiply it by 0.791 grams for Miller. Later
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and again here, the middle leaders will cancel out
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. And so if you just do that multiplication,
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you get 200 in 21 grams. All right,
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so this is a pretty straightforward problem. We're just
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gonna multiply it. Ah, the amount by the
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density to get the mounting grams that we need,
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always, always, always make sure that your units
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canceling properly