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Ok so i know how to get density but what do you do if the two numbers you are given are 12.993 cm^3 and10.49 g/cm^3.. i know its is mass divided by volume or grams divided by cm but what would i do in the situation?? thanks

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    The volume is 12.993 cc and the density is 10.49 g/cc. The problem must be asking for the mass.
    mass = volume x density. You multiply the two numbers.

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