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Anything between zero and millions of tons. Different materials have different densities, i.e., different amounts of mass per cubic centimeter.

Anything between zero and millions of tons. Different materials have different densities, i.e., different amounts of mass per cubic centimeter.

Anything between zero and millions of tons. Different materials have different densities, i.e., different amounts of mass per cubic centimeter.

Anything between zero and millions of tons. Different materials have different densities, i.e., different amounts of mass per cubic centimeter.

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0Anything between zero and millions of tons. Different materials have different densities, i.e., different amounts of mass per cubic centimeter.

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0If the mass of the cube is 96 g, what is the density of the cube material?

"centicube" is not really a proper English word but if we take that you mean a cube measuring 1cm x 1cm x 1cm or 1cm3, then that volume has no inherent mass or weight. However, if it is a volume of some material then it will weigh varying amounts, depending on the density of the material. Each material will weigh differently.

It depends on the density of the material of which the bar is made.

Mass is just the amount of matter an object has. I think you would be looking for the volume of the cube.. Volume = length times width times height. So 1cm, times 1cm, times 1cm would be.. 1 cm cubed.

density = mass / volume volume of cube = 1cm x 1cm x 1cm = 1cm3 density = 0.8g / 1cm3 = 0.8g/cm3

this means that copper is 2.7g/cm3

Density = mass/volumeFor the cube of water having a mass of 1g:Volume of a cube of water measuring 1cm X 1cm X 1cm =1cm3.Density = 1g/1cm3 = 1g/cm3For the block of "plasting" having a mass of 4g:Volume of the block of plasting measuring 2cm X 3cm X 1cm = 6cm3.Density = 4g/6cm3 = 0.7g/cm3I will let you decide which has the greatest density.

A centicube is a cube measuring 1cm x 1cm x 1cm or 1cm3

A cube has 6 sides, therefore a 1cm cube has a total surface area of 6 square centimeters.

A cube cannot have sides with different lengths.

The mass of the will depend on the density of the material the the cube is made of. If you know the density of the material in g/cm^3 you can multiply it by the volume of a cube that is 3 cm on each side (27cm^3) to find the mass.

If u mean in water, no... 1cm cube of water is 1g so a dice 1cm an d is 2g will not float... DENSITY! (I'm still in year 7 XD)

its the volume of a cube with the length width and height all being 1cm its the volume of a cube with the length width and height all being 1cm

a cubic centermeter is the size of a cube 1cm X 1cm X 1cm. A cube sized 2cm X 2cm X 2cm has a size of 8 cubic centermeters it is not cubiccentimetar..... it is cubic centimeter.... it is nothing but the cube of one cenimeter got... (i.e) cm3

A standard sugar cube is 1cm3 (1cm on all edges).

Approximately 127 cm length of a wire with a diameter of 1mm can be used to make a 1cm cube of metal.

Centimeters are a measurement of distance, not volume. However, if you were to make a cube that was 1cm long, 1cm tall and 1 cm wide that cube would have a volume of one cubic centimeter (1cm^3) which is equal to one milliliter (1mL)

A cubic centimetre is a measure of volume. For example: a cube measuring 1cm x 1cm x 1cm = 1 cubic centimetre.

Two cubes are exactly the same size. The cube that is made of the material with the largest density will have the largest mass.

It will be half the mass of the whole cube.

A cubic container has a volume of 1cm^3 and can hold 1 ml of water which has a mass of 1.AnswerMass is measured in kilograms. The mass of a given cubic container depends on the material contained within.

It's the same volume as a cube with all sides 1cm long. 1cm^3 = 1 milliliter

It doesn't matter what the unit of measurement is, or what size the cube is. If the length of the side of the cube is 'S' units, then the volume is S3 and the surface area is 6S2. The ratio of volume to surface area is (S3/6S2) = S/6 units. For this one, the ratio is 1/6 cm.

It's called "the mass of the cube" or "the cube's mass".

Mass of a metal cube is how much of metal there is.

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