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Q: What to do if you have a 12 cm huge mass on kidney?

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Density = mass/volume = 106.8/12 grams/cm3 = 8.9 grams/cm

0.6 g/cm^3

By unit of length and mass and conversion ,we can say that 1 m=100 cm 0.12 m =12 cm

6500 / (15*7*12) = 6500 / 1260 = 5.1587 grammes per cubic centimetre

What you do find the volume by multiplying the height the width and the length So... 3x2x1=6 Then you divide the mass by the volume m/v= 12 / 6 So... The answer is 2cm3

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Density = mass/volume = 106.8/12 grams/cm3 = 8.9 grams/cm

The density of a material is defined as its mass per unit volume, density = m/v (mass/volume) One unit for this is grams/cm3. The weight is 12 g, and the volume is: v = 3 cm x 2 cm x 1 cm = 6 cm3 plugging in: density = m/v = 12 g/6cm3 = 2 g/cm3

The kidney 1 inch (1.5 cm) thick.

Yes. Normally the kidney is approximately 11-14 cm in length, 6 cm wide and 4 cm thick. The left is slightly larger.

It depends on the dimension used for measuring the tiles. Whether they are 12 in x 12 in or 12 cm x 12 cm will make a huge difference to the number of tiles required!

0.6 g/cm^3

By unit of length and mass and conversion ,we can say that 1 m=100 cm 0.12 m =12 cm

6500 / (15*7*12) = 6500 / 1260 = 5.1587 grammes per cubic centimetre

Density is the measure of mass per unit volume. Volume cannot be measured in centimetres (cm). Without a measure of volume, the answer is indeterminate.

11-14 cm in length, 6 cm wide and 4 cm thick.

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About 5 cms