How would you modify the determination of density of a solid if the solid dissolved in water, as sugar does? Would your density measurements be more precise if you used a balance that weighed to more decimal places, but still used the same graduated cylinder for determining the volume?
We first measure the volume and mass of pure water, without putting the sugar in it.
Then we measure the mass of water when sugar ...
This solution explains whether density measurements would be more precise using a balance that weighed to more decimal places.