1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An aluminium container (cylinder) is filled with glycerine. Glycerine has a volume expansion coefficient of 4.85 × 10^-4 (°C)-1. Aluminium has a linear expansion coefficient of 2.40 x 10^-5 (°C)-1. At a temperature of 20.00°C the scale on the side of the aluminium container reads that there are 462.7 mL of glycerine in the container. At 105.2°C what volume of glycerine will the scale read? 2. Relevant equations [tex]\Delta L = \alpha L \Delta T[/tex] [tex]\Delta V = \beta V \Delta T[/tex] 3. The attempt at a solution When the aluminium container is 20 degree, 1 ml is 1 ml in scale, when it is 105.2 degree, the scale increase by 2.40 x 10^-5 x 1 x (105.2-20) =0.0020448 ml. Then I am not sure what the next step is.