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A piece of metal weighs 9.25 g in air, 8.20 g in water

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A piece of metal weighs 9.25 g in air, 8.20 g in water, and 8.36 g when immersed in gasoline.

a) What is the density of the metal?

b) What is the density of the gasoline?

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