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What is 10 cm3?
10 cm3 - A cc (cubic centimeter, cm3) and a mL (milliliter) are equal to each other in terms of volume.
Since the object is floating (except for the amount that sinks in the water and displaces 10 cc ) the upward bouyant force of the water must equal the object's weight. The upw…ard bouyant force of the water is found from Archimedes' principle: Water will exert an upward bouyant force equal to the weight of the displaced water. Water has a density of 1gram/cc so 10 cc of water equals 10 grams or .01 kg. The weight is mg , which is .01 x 9.8 = .098 Newtons. So the object weighs .098 N which in English units is approximately .4 ounces.
Just divide to get the density, and compare. 20 / 10 = 2 g/cm3, 20/2 = 10 g/cm3, so the first is less dense.
Density = mass/volume = 20/10 = 2 gcm-3
Assuming the volume is 10 cc and not 10 cm, mass = density*volume = 5*10 = 50 grams
m = mass rho = density V = volume rho = m/V m = rho * V = (15 g/cm^3) * (10 cm^3) = 150 g
That is 0.010. litre
The density of gold is 19.30g/cm3 So 10cm3 of gold would weigh 193g
Neither. 1 gram is a measure of mas while 10 cm 3 is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to elementary dimensional analysis, comparisons bet…ween the two are not valid. 10g of air at normal temperature and pressure will occupy a lot more space than 10 cm 3 . On the other hand 10 gram of iron will occupy a lot less space.
The weight depends on the material. 1 cm3 of water weighs 1 g. 10 cm3 weighs 10 g. 1 cm3 of gold weighs 19,3 g. 10 cm3 weighs 193 g
That would be (10) times (the density of the substance).
You cannot. All that can be said is that the cross section will be a rectangle with an area of 36 cm 2 - and there are infinitely many such shapes possible.
about 15 cm, assuming pi equals 3.14