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I have another chem question, this time about water displacement. All i need is how to start it...the steps...not the ACTUAL WORK FOR THE PROBLEM

The density of Solid A is 2.70 g/cm3 and that of Solid B is 1.79 g/cm3. A 6.86-g sample of Solid A is transferred to a graduated cylinder containing 5.00 mL of water and a 7.11-g sample of Solid B is transferred to a graduated cylinder, also containing 5.00 mL of water. Which solid sample displaces the larger volume of water? By how many mililiters?

I have like 12 of these types of problems...and don't even know how to start.

thanks

The density of Solid A is 2.70 g/cm3 and that of Solid B is 1.79 g/cm3. A 6.86-g sample of Solid A is transferred to a graduated cylinder containing 5.00 mL of water and a 7.11-g sample of Solid B is transferred to a graduated cylinder, also containing 5.00 mL of water. Which solid sample displaces the larger volume of water? By how many mililiters?

I have like 12 of these types of problems...and don't even know how to start.

thanks

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