Have you wondered how much your breasts weighed? If so you may have
discovered that it's harder to weigh things that are attached to the
rest of your body. These steps aren't perfect, but should give a useable
Fill a bowl to the brim with warm water.
Weigh empty baking tray and record the weight (or set the scale to zero when weighing the empty tray).
Place full bowl in the tray.
Fully submerge one breast in the bowl of water. Allow the displaced water to overflow into the tray below.
Compute the weight of the displaced water by taking the difference between the weights of the full tray and the empty tray.
Breast tissue is less dense than water. Multiply the weight of the water by 0.9 to compensate for this. This is the weight of your breast.
Most women are not completely symmetrical. Repeat all steps with the other breast.
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