What is the density of an objectt that has the mass of 60g and a volume of 15 cm?
You will mean 15 cc or cubic centimeter.
The answer is 4g / cc ( 60 g divide 15 cc )
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
If you are asking how the weight of 60ml of milk, fluid milk can have a density of 1.02 to 1.04 depending upon what kind of milk is used and the temperature of the milk. For such a small volume, you could figure that the density is close to water and say that 60g is close enough. Or you could use an average density of 1.03 and calculate that 60ml would weight approximately 61.8g. See…