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Q: What is the density of an object whose mass is 36g and whose volume is 12cm?

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3 grams per cubic centimeter :D

Volume cannot be measured in centimetres. Without the volume in appropriate units, the question makes no sense and so cannot be answered.

Density is equal to mass/volume. So in this case, 24g/12cm^3 = 2g/cm^3

The volume of a sphere with a diameter of 12cm is about 904.8cm3

Density is 3 g/cm3

The volume is 12cm because 2 times 3 times 2 is equivalent to 12.

360sqrt3 cm^3

Density = Mass/Volume = 850/(9*7*12) = 1.1243 grams per cm3

12cm x6cmx4cm=288cubic centimeters

It is done by: 12*6*4 = 288 cubic cm

10cm x 7cm x 12cm =840 square cm3

They are not compatible - cm is a measure of length, ml is a measure of volume.

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