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Nothing can have a volume of 200 cm. That is a measure of length: in 1-dimensional space, not a measure of volume in 3-dimensional space.

Q: What is the mass of silver with a volume of 200 cm?

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Assuming you mean a volume of 38 cm³ (as cm are a measure of length): density = mass/volume = 277g / 38cm³ ≈ 7.289 g/cm³

d = m/v therefore v=m/d * v = 2500.0 grams / 10.5 g/cm cubed * v = 238.1 cm cubed (one sig dig) * "The volume of silver metal that will have a mass of 2500.0 grams is 238.1 cm cubed."

Density is mass per unit volume, so 200 g divided by 300 cm3 is 0.6667 g cm-3

density = mass / volume → mass = density × volume → mass = 1.4 g/cm³ × 64 cm³ = 89.6 g

Mass = 5.48 grams Volume = 1.988 cubic cm Density = Mass/Volume = 5.48/1.988 = 2.7565 gram per cubic cm

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Density is mass/volume. For a rectangular block, the volume is [width x height x length].Assuming you meant 10 cm for width, instead of 10g, then:Volume = (10 cm)*(2 cm)*(10 cm) = 200 cm3Density = mass/volume = (200 g)/(200 cm3) = 1 g/cm3

Density = Mass/Volume = 200 g / 5 cm3 = 40 gcm-3

120/200=0.6 grams per cc

The mass of 100 cm³ of silver is 1930g

Assuming you mean a volume of 38 cm³ (as cm are a measure of length): density = mass/volume = 277g / 38cm³ ≈ 7.289 g/cm³

0.6 g

d = m/v therefore v=m/d * v = 2500.0 grams / 10.5 g/cm cubed * v = 238.1 cm cubed (one sig dig) * "The volume of silver metal that will have a mass of 2500.0 grams is 238.1 cm cubed."

Assuming the wood has a volume of 200 cm3 and not 200 cm as stated, its density is 120 g/200 cm3 =120/200 g/cm3 = 0.6 g/cm3

Density is mass per unit volume, so 200 g divided by 300 cm3 is 0.6667 g cm-3

density = mass / volume → mass = density × volume → mass = 1.4 g/cm³ × 64 cm³ = 89.6 g