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Q: What is the density of a substance that has mass of 18 grams and volume of 25cm3?

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density = mass divided by volume = 100/25 = 4 grammes per cubic centimetre.

The formula for density is density=mass/volume. Therefore solve the problem as follows. 80.0g/25cm3=3.2g/cm3

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The density is 169/13= 13 grams/ml.

Density is mass per unit volume. You cannot convert grams to density. The density of a substance is its mass divided by its volume and has the units (in SI) of kg/m^3.

density=mass/volume density=10/2=5g/cm3

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Density = Mass/Volume = 12.75/15 = 0.85 grams per ml

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Density = mass/volume. Density(A) = 40.2/5.7 = 7.05 gcm-3 Density(B) = 42.0/6.3 = 6.67 gcm-3 So B is less dense.

A substance with a density of 1.5.For example Calcium.

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