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Q: It's mass 76 g and it's volume is 50 cm to the 3rd power?

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the mass is the 50 grams you probably need the volume volume = mass / density get the density from tables

You need to specify the units of mass and volume.

Just divide the mass by the volume.

Just divide the mass by the volume.

Assuming the volume is 50 cm3, and not 50 cm (which is a length, not a volume),Density = Mass/VolumeDensity = 100/50Density = 2 g/cm3

"The volume of 50 mg solid which occupies a volume of 0.00064 litres?" it is not a question.

Just divide the mass by the volume.

Well to get density you have to devide mass by volume: Density= Mass Volume Since you are given the mass and the density and you are looking for volume, simply fill in the bits of information you have into the equation above. 70= 50 Volume (take volume as X) Then cross multiply to get the volume: 70X=50 X=50/70 X= 0.714

It is: 50^3 = 125,000

Density = mass/volume = (50 g)/(100 cm3) = 0.5 g/cm3

Density = Mass/Volume = 150g / 50cm3 = 150/50 g per cm3 = 3 g per cm3

Density is defined as mass per unit volume, so you have the mass of 100 g and the volume is 50 cubic centimeters, or 50 cc or 50 ml. Thus the density is 100 g/50 ml = 2 g/ml = density.

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