Posted by **Anonymous** on Sunday, October 2, 2011 at 12:45am.

Piece of iron weighs 20 pounds and measures 1 ft. by 1 ft. by 4in. What is its density in grams/cc?

20lbs/1 x 12inx12inx4in/1 x .454kg/1lb x 1g/1000kg x 1in^3/2.54cc=

20/1 x 576/1 x .454/1 x 1g/1000 x 1/2.54cc=

13.28g/cc

The right answer is supposed to be.96g/cc

Why is my answer incorrect?

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