Hunter College SV Of a Liquid Decimal Places Math Practice
I’m working on a applied mathematics question and need an explanation to help me study.
5. Round each of these answers to three decimal places
a. The SV of a liquid is 1.28. How many grams of this liquid will occupy 85 mL?
b. The SG of a liquid is 0.795. How many grams of this liquid will occupy 250 mL?
7. The EPA maximum contaminant level of inorganic mercury in drinking water is 2 ppb. If 35 mg of mercury is spilled into drinking water, to what volume in liters must it be diluted so that the concentration meets the standard? Round your final answer to the nearest hundred liters.