Weight and Mass

# What is the mass of a cube with 1.2 cubic centimeters on a side. and the density is 19.3 grams per cubic centimeters?

33.35 grams

I used the density=mass/volume formula. To get the volume of a cube you do the following:

1.2 *1.2 * 1.2=1.728

Now you plug your values in the formula:

density=mass/volume

mass=density*volume

mass=19.3 * 1.2 = 23.16

mass=33.35 grams

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