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What is the density of a 60g cube?

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Answered 2009-09-29 09:08:24

Cannot be answered without knowing the size of the cube!

If the cube were 1 cm on a side the density would be 60.
If the cube were 10 cm on a side the density would be 0.06...

We cannot determine the answer because we are not given the volume.

Density= mass/volume

Volume of a cube=L3 ; where L = side length

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If the mass of the cube is 96 g, what is the density of the cube material?

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15ml is the same as 15 cubic centimeters. D = M/V so the answer is 60g/15cc which equals 4 grams/cm cubed.

B/c the density of the ice cube is greater than the density of the air.

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Mass = volume x densityYou need the density of the type of brass involved.The volume of a cube is l3.

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