Posted by **Rachel Bond** on Monday, December 13, 2010 at 9:00pm.

I am SOOOO stuck on this science question!! It's not that hard but, science isn't my forte..... here it is...." If the mass of the brick is 50 grams and it's volume is 9cm cubed, calculate the density of the block using the formula D = m/v." HELP PLEASE!!!!

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**Mik**, Tuesday, December 14, 2010 at 12:26am
Okay so all you have to do is plug the values into the formula of d=m/v. The 'd' represents the density which has units of grams per cm cubed (in this case), 'm' stands for the mass in grams, and 'v' stands for the volume in cubic centimeters. All you need to do is plug in 50 grams for 'm' and 9cm cubed for 'v', so divide 50 by 9, and you should get a final answer of the density being rounded to 5.56 g/cm cubed.

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