Posted by **Jackson** on Monday, September 27, 2010 at 8:59pm.

I have a problem, the density of the metal = mass (2) - mass (1) over Volume (2) - Volume (1) =

My first mass and volume are 15.098g and 5.5 mL. the second mass and volume are 11.3235g and 4.0 mL. I got 9.04g/mL as my answer if this isn’t right can you walk me through the steps?

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