# Design an experiment to find the density of a $1 canadian from its mass and volume.?

and could it be used to identify counterfeit coins?explain.

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I already figured out 1 way but im not sure if it works or if its right or anything

so if you know

please tell me

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1. Simple test: If it passes the size (diameter and thickness) does it pass the weight?

2. You can do image analysis…

3. Spectral analysis (a bit destructive)