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Nothing can have a volume of 500 cm. Volume cannot be measured in cm, which is a measure of length - in 1D space, not volume in 3D space.

Q: What is the density of a wooden board that has a mass of 400g and a volume of 500 cm?

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1kg = 1000g 400g x 1kg/1000g = 0.400kg

400 g

5% of 400g= 5% * 400= 0.05 * 400= 20g

It then is: 400g-380g = 20g

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the density of an object that is 10 cm by 2 cm and has a mass 400g will be 10000 Kg m-3. This can be calculated by the formula, density = mass/volume

I'm going to assume you mean a volume of 500cm3. density = mass/volume = 400g/500cm3 = 0.8g/cm3

400g/500cm = 0.8 g/cm3

1 and 2/3 of a cup :)

2kg and 400g

3.33... (recurring) grams per cubic centimetre.

Since tablespoons are a volume measure, and gram is a weight measure, there is no way to convert one to the other.

What percentage of 400g is out of 2kg

1kg = 1000g 400g x 1kg/1000g = 0.400kg

Find how many R's are in 1G (If you divide 4 by 1000 you get .004 per G) Multiply your answer by the G's (400) to get total R's. (.004R x 400G) I get an answer of 400G=1.6R

400g

This cannot be sensibly answered. A milliliter (mL or ml) is a measure of volume, grams (g), kilograms (kg) and milligrams (mg) are measures of weight or mass.