Q: What is 16ml as a decimal?

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Density = mass/volume = 167g/ (volume displaced) = 167g / (36mL - 20mL) = 167g/16mL = 10.4g/mL. Density is usually recorded in g/cm3 which is the same as g/mL so the density is 10.4g/cc. Also, to be extra correct, the answer should be rounded to 10g/cc because 16mL only has 2 significant figures so that is the number you report in your final answer.

No, the sum of a repeating decimal and a terminating decimal is never a terminating decimal.

A terminating decimal is a decimal that ends. A repeating decimal is a decimal that goes on and on.

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Density = mass/volume = 167g/ (volume displaced) = 167g / (36mL - 20mL) = 167g/16mL = 10.4g/mL. Density is usually recorded in g/cm3 which is the same as g/mL so the density is 10.4g/cc. Also, to be extra correct, the answer should be rounded to 10g/cc because 16mL only has 2 significant figures so that is the number you report in your final answer.

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