 Physical Education
posted by meera on .
Calculate the density in SI units of a solid cube that measures
5 cm on each side and has a mass of 350 g.

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density=mass/volume=350g/(125cm^3)

writeeacher i don't what u mean !
but i study this problems in physics
any way i am sorry if i do any mistakes !
bobpursley thank u for help
but should i convert it to k.g/m^3 
I would keep it in g/cm^3, if you wish, you may convert it to kg/m^3

volume of cube= 5x5x5x5x5x5=15625cm^3
mass= 350g
density=mass/volume
350g/15625cm^3 = 0.0224g/cm^3