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This is simple math. Density=Mass(grams)/Volume(milliliters) so since 3^3=27 then it works out to a simple D=54/27 aka 2. 2kg/L to be exact.

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Q: What is the density of a substance that has a mass of 54 grams and a volume of 3centimeters to the 3rd power?
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