Here's the problem:
A sheet of metal is 29.4 mm wide and 16.1 mm long. If it weighs 4.093 g and the density of the metal is 7.23 g/cm3, what is the thickness of the sheet (in mm)?
I'm not sure how I would begin to approach a problem like this as it's asking for a variable I'm not sure how to solve down for. Any help towards this problem will be more then appreciated, thank you.
Thanks.
So I found and ended up getting the value . Now I'm a bit confused about this part:
where in millimeters.
What is this variable? Am I going to rearrange for by plugging in the value I have calculated?
Yeah I haven't been thanked much I guess. Don't really know what to say about that?
Alright so right from the start:
The Density Conversion:
The volume calculation:
The rearrangement:
That still doesn't seem correct to me?
Sincerely Von, thanks for your help and patience, I know it may seem quite obvious to you, this is relatively new stuff for me. So thanks a lot for everything.