What is a 100 g object?

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If an object has a volume of 50 Cm3 and a mass of 956G what is the density of the object?

It is 100 g/cm3 which is way above the most dense element!

What is the density of an object whose mass is 100 g and whose volume is 10 cm3?

100 g / 10cm^3 = 10g/cm^3

What is the weight on earth of a object with a mass of 100 G?

1 kg

An object of mass 1800 gr has density 1.8grcm3 it is comletely submerged with a liquid whose density is 1 grcm3 what is the volume of the object?

V= M/D = 1800 g / 1.8 g/cm3 = 100 cm 3 V= M/D = 1800 g / 1.8 g/cm3 = 100 cm 3

Which of the following has more inertia than a 100 g object on Earth?

Any object that has a mass greater than 100 gram, will also have more inertia. By the way whether it is on Earth or not is irrelevant. If you take a 100-gram mass anywhere else, it will still have 100 gram; and the inertia (which depends on the mass) will also be the same.

What is 3 percent 100 g?

Percent means out of 100 → 3 percent of 100 g = 3/100 × 100 g = 3 g

What does 1 newton equal to the weight of an object that has?

one newton is equal to the weight of an object that has a mass of 100 g on Earth

An object is dropped from rest from the top of a 100 m building How long will it take for the object to hit the ground?

X = 1/2 G t2t = sqrt( 2X/G )= sqrt ( 200/9.8 )= sqrt (20.408 )= 4.518 seconds (rounded)

What solid has a mass of 100 grams and a volume of 65 centimeters cubed?

Any object with an average density of 1.538 g/cc.

How do you calculate find the density of an object that floats?

If you can determine the volume fractions of the object that are above and below the water, then you can find the density of the object by multiplying the density of the fluid it floats in by the fraction of the volume that is below the surface of the liquid. Another, more complex way is to weigh the object alone then attach it to one arm of a balance to weigh the object when it is floating. As it floats it will displace an amount of liquid equal in weight to the total object. The decrease in weight will be proportional to the fraction of the object that is submerged. As an example: If an object weighed 100 grams out in the air but only required 20 grams to counterbalance its weight when it is floating, and the fluid it was floating in was water, then the density of the object would be (1 g/cubic centimeter)·(100-20)/100 = 0.8 g/cubic centimeter.

Find the angle of twist per metre length of a hollow shaft of 100 mm external diameter and 60 mm internal diameter if the shear stress is not to exceed 35 MPa. Take modulus of rigidity G 85 GPa.?

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What is the density of an object with a mass of 90.4 g and a volume of 8 cm3?

The density of the object is 11.3 g/cm3