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Investigation 2 - Archimedes Principle

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In this experiment you will be measuring the mass and volume of various objects and using these measurements to calculate densities and make predictions.

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Physics Matter Chemistry Force Physical quantities Buoyancy Mass Fluid mechanics Archimedes' principle Density Archimedes Salt
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Physics Matter Chemistry Force Physical quantities Buoyancy Mass Fluid mechanics Archimedes' principle Density Archimedes Salt
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Collaboration I did this experiment with Keyue Zhu (z5107294). Equipment ________________ Risk assessment Tasks Associated risks Existing risk controls (task 4) Risk rating with existing controls (step 5) C L R Filling bottle with salt Hazards (step 3) L Pouring water into jug Slipping on Injuries may Cleaning up salt the split occur. E.g. spillages in time to 2 D salt bruising. prevent any falls. L Handling the electric scale Falling on Injuries from fall Wipi...
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