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Homework Help: physics

Posted by andrea on Monday, January 24, 2011 at 12:54am.

Problem: Two blocks of metals have the same mass. The first block has a volume of 827 cm^3 and a density of 4.50g/cm^3.Thesecond block has a volume of 193cm^3. What is the density of thesecond block ?


Solution: (1) 4.50x827=3720
(2)3720/193=19.3


1. Give an interpretation ( not a name) for the number3720 in this context.




2. Give an interpretation (not a name) for the number 19.3 inthis context.

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