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# If a mineral has a mass of 100G and a volume of 50Cm3 what is its density?

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###### Asked in Units of Measure, Cooking Measurements, Volume

### How many cups in 100g?

A cup is a unit of volume, but a gram is a unit of mass. You can
convert mass to volume by dividing by the substance's density
(density is mass/volume), but you cannot know the volume of 100
grams of a substance without directly measuring it or knowing the
density. Which is about as much use as a chocolate teapot. Well
done whoever wrote this they listened in science.

###### Asked in Cooking Measurements

### How many cup is 100 g?

There are 0.42267528198649 cups in 100 grams of water.
But the volume will vary depending upon the density of what you
are measuring - and what you mean by a cup (US or UK):
100g table salt is approximately 1/3 cup (US)
100g granulated sugar is about 1/2 cup (US)
100g chopped nuts is about 2/3 cup (US)

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Desserts, Snacks, and Treats, Algebra, Roman Numerals

### If you need 100 gram how much l is that?

Generaly, 100g=0.1kg
If you need 100grams of some sort of liquid, then the volume
needed depends of density of that liquid. For example, water
generaly has density about 1kg/dm3(cubic decimeter) or to put it
other way: 1kg/L.
Oil, f.e. -afain- usually has density around 0.9kg/L.
If you do the math, 90g=100ml,
so the 100g (of oil with density 0.9kg/L) would equal to app.
111.1g if my calcualtions aren't wrong:P
Hope it helps:)