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You have an aquarium with a volume of 100 liters. The tank is generally used to hold water. This tank, however, is filled with fine sand. You also have measuring spoons, the smallest of which holds a volume of 1 milliliter. How can you use one or more measuring spoons to count the grains of sand in the aquarium? Write your ideas for counting the sand grains using the measuring spoon. Decide if the idea would lead to an exact count or an estimate. Suggest how you could improve your ideas. What assumptions are necessary for your procedure for counting sand grains to be reasonable? Explain your reasoning. How does your method of counting a large volume of sand grains compare to the task of counting atoms in a sample of matter?

Answer:first, find the density of sand grains by using a small weighing scale. put at least 10 measuring spoons of sand on the scale. calculate the density by its formula d = m/v. this result can count the volume whole sand grains based on its weights