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Density review warm up

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  • 1. Name: ____________________________________Period: __________________________Density Review Warm UpShow your work to answer the following questions: Density = Mass / Volume1. Complete the following data chart for density, mass, volume, and identity. Identify thesamples by using page 25 in your lab book.Sample Mass Volume Density Identity1 6.6 g 10 mL2 0.0325 g 0.0013 g/mL3 23.4 mL Cooking Oil4 582.4 g 26 mL5 2 kg Copper2. Jeremy found a cave last weekend that he wanted to explore. While inside the cave,Jeremy found a vein of minerals in the walls of the cave that looked shiny and yellowish.First he thought it was gold. Then Jeremy remembered from his Physical Science classthat there was another mineral called pyrite that was often referred to as “fool’s gold”that looked almost identical. How could Jeremy determine if the minerals he foundwere gold or pyrite?3. Pyrite is not very valuable compared to gold. If Jeremy’s mineral sample was 24.3 gramsand had a volume of 4.85 cm3would you say his sample is worth a lot of money?