J.R. S. answered • 10/14/17

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I noticed a negative vote for the answer provided by Andy C, so I will offer an alternative approach, even though I see nothing inherently wrong with his approach.

4% acetic acid (HAc) by mass means 4 g HAc/100 g of solution.

(4 g HAc/100 g solution)(x g solution) = 65.7 g HAc and x = 1642.5 g of solution needed

Converting this to volume using the density, you have 1642.5 g x 1 ml/1.006 g = 1632.7 mls = 1630 ml (3 sig.figs.)