Q: What is the density of a rectangular block?

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You need its mass and volume.

on a balance

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A triple-beam balance can be used. The units could be g/ml the density of a normal wood is 0.88 but a wood block in density can be anything under 1 so it can be 0.95,0.54,etc. waters density is 1 and would can float on water so wood is anything below 1.

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It is 472.44 grams.

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Density is weight divided by volume. In the case of a rectangular solid, volume is length times width times height.

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the density is 657.0987536438347355

The block's density is 500 kg/m3

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when a parallel beam hit the rectangular glass it will gave a refraction.

We infer that the density of the block is less than that of water

Density = Mass/Volume

It is not possible to answer the question. The volume of a rectangular block requires the measure of three lengths - not 2 as given in the question.

That depends on its volume, seen as density = mass / volume

2.7gcm3

A block refers to a rectangular groups of cells. It is more commonly called a range.

A block of cells can be referred to as a range. It is a rectangular area of cells.

A rectangular group of cells in a spreadsheet can be called a range or a block.

The units for density are incorrect. If the density of a block of wood is 0.5 g/cm3 then the volume of a 27 g block would be 27/0.5 cm3 = 54 cm3

You divide its mass by its volume.

Length by width by height

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