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1g/cm3 Method: The volume of the wood is 3cm x 3cm x3cm, or 27cm3 The mass is 27g. Density = mass/volume Therefore, the density is 27/27, or 1g/cm3
A cube, with 3cm sides, has a volume of 3x3x3 = 27cc The weight is 27grammes. Density = weight / volume = 27g / 27cc = 1g/cc = 1000Kg/M 3 A relative density of 1.0 (same …as water)
16g/8cm3 = 2g/cm3 or 2x106g/m3
Use the formula Density = Mass/Volume. If you cant plug in the values...then your professor is not doing his job well.
The block's density is about 0.076 g/cm3
ok so if every cm3 (a volume, a block with dimensions 1cmx1cmx1cm) has a mass of 7.8g, and we have 600cm3 then our mass must be 7.8 x 600 g -------…----------------------------------------------- 7.8 g per cm3--------- 7.8g/cm3 rho = density m = mass v = volume m = v x rho m = 7.8 g/cm3 x 600cm3 m = 7.8 x 600 g cm3/cm3 (multiplying and dividing by cm3 so they both cancel m = 7.8 x 600 g
since D=m/v... then the density of the block of wood would be mass / volume..... mass in grams divided by volume in ml.
Mass over Volume, M/V Answer: 2g/ml cubed
14.6g / 9.2 cm3 Or, in decimal approximation: 1.5869565217391304347826086956522... g/cm3 which we must truncate to 1.6 g/cm3 since we only have 2 significant figures… to deal with in this case.
Density is mass divided by volume. D = (750g/55cm3) D = 13.63636 g/cm3
Density = mass/volume So in this case, Density = (27g) / (8.4 cm^3) = 3.21 g/cm^3 So this metal cube is more dense than say, Aluminum (2.70g/cm^3), but less dense than T…itanium (4.54g/cm^3).
57g/125cm3 = .456g/cm3.
It's 57/125 g*cm^3. Just do a unit conversion if you need it in some other units. For example if you need it in kg/m^3, divide by 1000 and multiply by 100^3.
Density can be expressed in g/cm^3 so you can do a simple division problems of: 57 g/125 cm^3 = 0.456 g/cm^3
density = mass / volume so d= 120g / 200cm^3 d=0.6 g /cm^3
This density is 0,8 g/cm 3 .
120/200=0.6 grams per cc