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Investigation 2: Archimedes Principle

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Aim: Investigate density and Archimedes principle through measurements of various mass and volumes of an object.

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Investigation 2: Archimedes Principle
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Force Physical quantities Buoyancy Fluid mechanics Mass Archimedes' principle Density Archimedes Kilogram Weighing scale Weight Jug
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Force Physical quantities Buoyancy Fluid mechanics Mass Archimedes' principle Density Archimedes Kilogram Weighing scale Weight Jug
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Risk Assessment: I agree to follow these risk controls and conduct the experiment safely. Tasks Risk rating with existing Hazards Associated risks (Step 3) (Step 4) controls * (Step 5) C L R Filling jug Slipping on split water Existing risk controls Injury from fall such as knocking head Mop up any spills as soon as they occur to prevent yourself or other people slipping in them. 3 D M Results and Analysis: Step 1 Uncertainty of scale (lowest mass scale can measure) = 1g Mass of bottle: 12 ± 1 g Step 2 The uncertainty in the volume is calculated by halving the smallest increment on the side of the measuring jug. Uncertainty in the volume: 25mL Initial volume reading: 800 mL Final volume reading: 850mL Volume of small bottle: 850-800= 50 ±25 mL Step 3 Initial mass of jug: 851g Final mass of jug: 885g Cha...
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