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Q: What is the density of an object that has a mass of 350g and a volume of 95 cubic centimeters?

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Some answers were close, or the posters had the right idea. However, three cm cubed means each of all three dimensions of the cubic volume are three cm (if the volume was in a cubic shape, but it doesn't need to be), so there are actually 27 cubic centimeters, so divide 17g by 27 cubic centimeters, you get .629629... So, expressed as density it would be .629... grams per cubic centimeter.

Density is measured in grams per cubic centimetre (or kg per m3); cubic centimetres, by themselves, are a measure of volume - not density. The density of water is 1 g/cm3

Volume cannot be measured in grams per cubic centimetres, density can.

density = mass ÷ volume = 600 g ÷ 30 cm3 = 20 g/cm3

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8 grams/4 cubic centimeters = 2 grams per cubic centimeter

Just divide the mass by the volume.

An object with a mass of 24 g and a volume of 8 cc has a density of 3 g/cc

Density = Mass/Volume = 100/50 kg/cc = 2 kg/cc

The volume of an object having a mass of 100 grams depends on the density of the object. --------------------------------- and the temperature (the hotter things are the more they expand) 100grams of water with a density of 1 - at standard temperature would have a volume of 100 cubic centimeters. a substance with density 2 - at standard temperature would have a volume of 50 cubic centimeters.

The measure, in cubic centimetres IS the volume!

Density = Mass / Volume Density = 26.94g / 2.568 cc = 10.5 g/cc

1.5 grm/cm3

~1.55 gm/cm3

Density = Mass/Volume = 84g / 21 cc = 4 grams per cubic centimetre.

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