Density is mass divided by volume (d = m ÷ v). Based on the graph, what happens to a fixed mass of water when it is cooled from 4°C to 0°C?

Question

Density is mass divided by volume (d = m ÷ v). Based on the graph, what happens to a fixed mass of water when it is cooled from 4°C to 0°C?

in progress 0
2022-04-07T04:20:35+00:00 2 Answers 0

Answers ( 2 )

  1. Harper
    0
    2022-04-07T04:22:07+00:00

    The volume increases while the density decreases.

  2. Kennedy
    0
    2022-04-07T04:22:23+00:00

    The mass of the water does not change. However, the volumenvaries with temperatures. Water at 4 degrees centigradenoccupies the least amount of volume compared to other temperatures.nTherefore based on the calculation of D=M/V, then water at 4 degrees centigrade has the highest density.

    nn

Leave an answer

Browse
Browse

45:5+15*4 = ? ( )