# I reported a volume of #8.32*mL# for a mass of #6.54*g# with respect to acetone, where #rho_"acetone"=0.7857*g*mL^-1#. Is this correct?

Thus, your answer and mine agree (of course, it's possible that we both made the same mistake, but it seems unlikely given that my answer is consistent dimensionally).

You seem to be batting on a firm wicket, in my opinion.

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The formula [\text{Volume} = \frac{\text{Mass}}{\text{Density}} ] can be used to find out if the reported volume is accurate. Entering the given values yields the following results: [\text{Volume} = \frac{6.54 , \text{g}}{0.7857 , \text{g/mL}} ] [\text{Volume} = 8.32 , \text{mL} ] Consequently, the reported volume of 8.32 mL is accurate.

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