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Density of the planets?

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All measures in grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm3):
  • Mercury - 5.427
  • Venus - 5.204
  • Earth - 5.515
  • Mars - 3.934
  • Jupiter - 1.326
  • Saturn - 0.687
  • Uranus - 1.27
  • Neptune - 1.638
  • Pluto - 2.03
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What is the density of the planets?

This is a difficult question to answer exactly since density = mass/volume and there is no way of measuring the mass or volume of a planet exactly, but the estimations are as

What is the planet with the least density?

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