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 3 bonding pairs and 1 lone pair Pyramidal 4 bonding pairs and no lone pairs tetra-hedron 2 bonding pairs and no lone pairs Linear Kilo 1000 Milli 1/1000 These values were obtained as the mass of products from the same raction: 8.83f, 8.84g, 8.82g. The known mass of the products from the reaction is 8.60g. These values are? (a)accurate (b)precise (c)both accurate and precise (d)neither accurate or precise (b)precise What is the correctly reported mass of water based on the following data: ~mass of beaker and water=29.62g ~mass of beaker only=28.3320g (a)1.3g (b)1.30g (c)1.298g (d)1.2980g (b)1.30g The measurement 39.56f represents this quantity's _?_ . (a) length (b) mass (c) volume (d) temperature (b) Mass Of the following,___ is the smallest mass (a)25kg (b)2.5*10^4g (c)2.5*10^7mg (d)all of the above have the same mass (d) all of the above have the same mass a pool is filled with salt water that has a density o 1.10Kg/L. Which single, additional piece of info. is necessary to determinethe volume of the pool? (a) amount of salt dissolved in the pool (b) the total weight of the salt water in the pool (c)the density of pure water (d)the conversion factor(s) from g/mL to kg/L The total weight of the salt water in the pool