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The metal's density is 7.9 g/mL

7.9g/ML

7.9g (Grams)

Given that the volume=95.7cm3 ,density=9.3gcm3, mass=? .But density=mass per unit volume.hence mass=density times volume, substituting for density and volume, mass=95.7 times 9.3=890.01g

The density is defined as the mass per volume unit. Density= mass/volume So simply, the density of that metal would be 4.0g/1.5cm3=2.7g/cm3

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The metal's density is 7.9 g/mL

7.9g/ML

7.9g (Grams)

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Given that the volume=95.7cm3 ,density=9.3gcm3, mass=? .But density=mass per unit volume.hence mass=density times volume, substituting for density and volume, mass=95.7 times 9.3=890.01g

Density is the mass of the object divided by its volume. By this principle, to determine the density of a metal, place the metal onto a scale to measure its mass. After this, place the metal into a beaker of water and measure the volume change in the beaker. Divide the mass by the volume and you get the density.

It depends on the density of the metal.

Density = mass/volume volume = 20mL = .02L mass = 54g = .054Kg Density = .054/.02L

The density is defined as the mass per volume unit. Density= mass/volume So simply, the density of that metal would be 4.0g/1.5cm3=2.7g/cm3

The density is the ratio of mass to volume. It doesn't matter what size the piece of metal, if it is the same metal it has the same density, 8.4.

Different metals have different densities, so to find the density either the type of metal or both the size and mass of the cube must be provided. Density is mass divided by volume.

The metal's density is 7.9 g/mL

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