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You Are Required to Take Out 200 Ml of Milk from a Bucket Full of Milk. How Will You Do It ? - Physics

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ConceptMeasurement of Density of Regular Solids - Formula

Question

You are required to take out 200 ml of milk from a bucket full of milk. How will you do it ?

Solution

By using the measuring beaker A measuring beaker is used to measure a fixed volume of liquid from a large volume. Suppose it is required to measure 200 ml of milk from the milk contained in a bucket. For this, take the measuring beaker of capacity 200 ml. Wash it and dry it. Then, immerse the measuring beaker well inside the milk contained in the bucket so that the beaker gets completely filled with the milk.
Take out the measuring beaker from the bucket gently so that no milk splashes out and then pour the milk from the measuring beaker into the another empty vessel.

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Solution You Are Required to Take Out 200 Ml of Milk from a Bucket Full of Milk. How Will You Do It ? Concept: Measurement of Density of Regular Solids - Formula.
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