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Puzzle ID:#39051
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Submitted By:AndrewWalkerAfi*****!
Corrected By:calmsavior




One ml of pure water is equal to one cubic cm and is one gram. But Jonie had a sample of one ml of pure water but its mass was slightly more than a gram. How can this be?


The scale she used was accurate and she found the exact mass of the beaker then subtracted it from the total.

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