Q: What is a 100 g object?

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

It is: 100%

100 g = 0.1 kgTo convert from g to kg, divide by 1000.

1 g = 1,000 mg100 g = (100 x 1,000) = 100,000 mg

0.1% = 0.1/100 so it is (0.1/100) of 100 grams = 0.1 gram.

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

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

1 kg

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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.

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The density of the object is 11.3 g/cm3