# Question #99989

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The specific gravity for your liquid will be

**Specific gravity** (**SG**) is defined as the ratio between the density of a liquid at a certain temperature and the density of water at the same temperature.

Keep in mind that SG must be dimensionless, since it's defined as the ratio of two densities. So, assuming you're at room temperature, the density of water is

Therefore, its specific gravity will be

If you round this to one sig fig, the number of sig figs

However, I let the answer have three sig figs, you can use whatever suits you best.