Describe how you can find the relative desities o 4 different liquids.
You can let one float on the others, if they are not miscible. The less dense will be on top of the heavier dense.
See experiment 2 on this site:
http://www.hometrainingtools.com/articles/liquiddensityproject.html
I think this is a thought question designed to make you more aware of the procedures for determining the density of various materials. I don't want to simply give you the answer so please post what you think and someone will critique your answer. Hint: Think about using the weight lost when a material is weighed in air, then water. I hope this helps.
I got the answer my teacher explained it to me
157 cm =  m
1.32 m =  Km
92 Km =  cm
28.2 m =  mm
28'2 m =  mm
0.554 m =  Km
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