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Q: What is the density of a mineral with a mass of 150 grams and a volume of 6 centimeters cubed?

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mass = density x volume Mass = 5 grams per centimeter cubed x 10 centimeters cubed = 50 grams

The density of the mineral is 5.0243902439...g/cm cubed.

Density = mass/volume Density of the cube = 8g/2cm3 = 4g/cm3

Area of cylinder base = pi x Radius squared (πr2) Radius is in centimeters (cm) Area is in centimeters squared (cm2) ---- Volume = Area x Height Area is in centimeters squared (cm2) Height is in centimeters (cm) Volume is in centimeters cubed (cm3) ---- Mass = Volume x Density Density is in grams centimeter cubed (g/cm3) Volume is in centimeters cubed (cm3) Mass is in grams (g)

Depends upon the 2 centimeters material we need a mass to go along with that volume in order to calculate density

No. A gram is a unit of mass. Centimeters cubed is a unit of volume. A milliliter is equivalent volume to a cubic centimeter, though.Common units of density are grams/milliliter or grams/cm3, which are equivalent.

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5.02 g/cm3

5.7g/cm cubed

5.7g/cm cubed

The solid's density is about 6,091.846 kg/m3 or 6.092 g/cm3

Assuming that the metal's density is measured in grams per centimeter cubed (and not, for instance, grams per liter), the volume is found by dividing the mass by the density. In this case, it's approximately 2.341 centimeters cubed.

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