Q: What is the density of a yellow board whose dimension are 12 cm long by 6 cm wide by 9 cm tall and whose mass is 388.8 g?

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well the volume of the board is 5.54*10.6*199 = 11686.076 cubic cm. and this volume of board weighs 2860 grams. Thus 1 cubic cm of the board would weigh 0.245 grams so the density is 0.245 g/cc

Volume = L*W*H = 1.10cm*2.0cm*1.10cm (interesting that length < width!) = 2.42 cm3 Density = Mass/Vol = 10.0/2.42 = 4.13 grams per cm3

Quite possibly a plane shape whose shorter dimension is 0.035 metres. The other dimension is the length which, conventionally, is the larger of the two.

Since density = mass/volume, D = 25/10 = 2.5g/cm^3

2x3x2=12cm3

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well the volume of the board is 5.54*10.6*199 = 11686.076 cubic cm. and this volume of board weighs 2860 grams. Thus 1 cubic cm of the board would weigh 0.245 grams so the density is 0.245 g/cc

In this case.......... Density = mass in grams/centimeters cubed 5.54 cm * 10.6 cm * 199 cm = 11686.076 cm^3 Density = 28.6 grams/11686.076 cm^3 = 0.00245 grams/cm^3

Volume = L*W*H = 1.10cm*2.0cm*1.10cm (interesting that length < width!) = 2.42 cm3 Density = Mass/Vol = 10.0/2.42 = 4.13 grams per cm3

12 cm3

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A zero vector is a vector whose value in every dimension is zero.

Quite possibly a plane shape whose shorter dimension is 0.035 metres. The other dimension is the length which, conventionally, is the larger of the two.

You calculate density as mass / volume.

Density = 2.991 g/cm3

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0.0125

Since density = mass/volume, D = 25/10 = 2.5g/cm^3