Jeremey wants to know the density of a rock in grams per cubic cenimeter. The rock has a mass of 1.08 kilograms and a volume of 400 cubic cenimeters. What is the density of the rock, in grams per cubic cenimeter (g/cm³)?
To find the density of the rock in g/cm³, change the kilograms to grams, and then divide the mass by the volume.
1.08 kg = 1080 grams {changed kilograms to grams} Density = mass / volume = 1080g / 400 cm³ {divided mass by volume} = 2.7 g/cm³ {divided} Ask Algebra House
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