What is the density of a substance in kg/mL, if a sample with a volume of 2.67cm3 has a mass of 3391 mg?
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Originally Posted by soccerchic96 What is the density of a substance in kg/mL, if a sample with a volume of 2.67cm3 has a mass of 3391 mg? I am not by any standards amazing at phsyics but isnt $\displaystyle Density=\frac{V}{M}$?
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 I am not by any standards amazing at phsyics but isnt $\displaystyle Density=\frac{V}{M}$? No. It is typically measured in grams per centimeter cubed and is thus given by the equation: $\displaystyle D=\frac {m}{V}$
Originally Posted by topher0805 No. It is typically measured in grams per centimeter cubed and is thus given by the equation: $\displaystyle D=\frac {m}{V}$ ::note to self::"do not answer units questions":: haha
yes, it does, and my mom got home and she helped me, THANKS for the HELP
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