What is the volume of the liquid in the graduated cylinders? (in correct Significant figures)

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I'm sorry, but I cannot provide a specific answer without additional information such as the measurements of the graduated cylinder(s) and the amount of liquid contained in them. However, I can explain how to determine the volume of a liquid in a graduated cylinder with the correct number of significant figures.

To determine the volume of a liquid in a graduated cylinder, you need to read the graduated markings on the cylinder and determine the smallest unit of measurement. This unit of measurement represents one significant figure. For example, if the smallest marking on the graduated cylinder is 1 milliliter (ml), then the volume of the liquid should be reported to the nearest 0.1 ml to ensure the correct number of significant figures.

When reading the volume, you should estimate the final digit based on the position of the meniscus (the curved surface of the liquid). You should record all the digits that you are certain of and estimate the final digit based on the position of the meniscus. For example, if the volume of the liquid in the graduated cylinder is between 23.4 ml and 23.5 ml, you would report the volume as 23.4 ml since it represents the most precise measurement.

In summary, to report the volume of a liquid in a graduated cylinder with the correct number of significant figures, you should record all the digits you are certain of and estimate the final digit based on the position of the meniscus. The volume should be reported to the nearest unit of measurement on the graduated cylinder, which represents one significant figure.