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Tungsten is a dense metal that is used to make the filaments in incandescent light bulbs. A piece of tungsten has a volume of 5.2 cubic centimeters and a mass of 100 grams. What is the density of tungsten?

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    density = mass/volume. Substitute and solve for d.

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    DrBob222 I am 11 years old and in sped I don't understand your answer. Please give a little more detail.

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