#### (Solved): *Do Not Use The "tips" Below The Answerbar If They Are Visible. This Is Set Up So That You Must Answ ... *Do not use the "tips" below the answerbar if they are visible. This is set up so that you must answer correctly according to the rules you know for significant figures. A. A student is asked to make up approximately 70.5 g of a 35 % (w/w) sucrose solution. Use Equation 2 from the introduction to calculate the g sucrose and g water needed to make this solution. g sucrose g water How many significant figures should you have reported your answers to? B. The student made the solution with the following data. Fill in the table and calculate percent error of the solution if it should have been 35% w/w sucrose. Mass of empty flask Mass of flask with sucrose 84.738 g 111.259 g Mass of sucrose Mass of flask with water and sucrose 181.759 g Mass of solution Mass % of solution Percent Error Use the absolute value here. C. If you performed all calculations correctly. How many decimal places should you have included in the "Mass of solution"? D. When trying to measure the density of your solution, you add 11.0 mL to the graduated cylinder when you obtain the volume in Part D. How will this error affect the calculated density (will the resulting calculated density be too high, too low or unaffected)? Too high. The grams of solution will be too low but the volume will also be affected. O Too low. The grams of solution will be too low, but the calibrated volume will remain unchanged. As g decreases so will density. Unaffected. The solution that is transferred will have the same density regardless of how much is transferred over.