Density Challenge

First use
this form and investigate how the area and volume of a cube change every time
we double the length of the side. Start with 2 and keep doubling the side. You
might want to make a table of your data to keep track.

To use the form, type in any number in one box and then click on either of the other two boxes.

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Questions--**

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3)
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Make
a graph of length of the side of a square vs. the area of the square (plot length
of side on the x-axis (in cm.) and area in cm^{
2}
on the y-axis. What
relationship in physics also show this type of graph?

Explain your answers.

Explain your answers.

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6)**
How is a spring scale different than a triple-beam balance? How is it similar?

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8)**
What is the mass of the cylinder on the left assuming it is made of ice?