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posted by Lorena .
suppose a cube of jello is cut into two pieces. What property stays the same when comparing the original piece with one of the new pieces?
a. density
b. mass
c. volume
d. surface area

What do you think? Can you eliminate any choices? Come on now; think about it.
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