# chemistry question?

If a sample of a liquid was found to have 0.25g sugar per mL of the sample, how much sugar would be in a 12 oz sample of that liquid?

Update:

the question before asks how many ml are in a 12 oz can of soda and I found out that ut was 354.88 mL

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• use dimensional analysis

.. 12oz.. . . 354.88mL... . 0.25g

---- ----- x ----- ----- ---- x ---- ----- =

.. .. 1.. . . . . 12oz.. ... .. . ..1mL

all you need to do is this calc

.. 354.88 * 0.25 =

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• (12 oz)(29.5735 mL/oz)(0.25 g/mL) = 88.7205 g

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• Supposing you mean 12 fluid ounces:

(12 oz) x (29.5735 mL/oz) x (0.25 g sugar/mL) = 88.72 g = 89 g sugar

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• Anonymous
9 months ago

This question assumes you know, or can find, the number of grams in an ounce. So it's badly constructed. You can easily find a grams to ounces calculator on the 'net though.

• My bad I left out the question before, it asked how many ml are in a 12 oz can of soda which I found to be was 354.88 mL but I'm not sure if that has anything to do with it

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