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An object has a length of 5.0 cm, a height of 3.0 cm and a width of 15.0 cm. It has a mass of 24 grams. What is its density?

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Density = Mass/Volume

The volume (W*L*H) should be obvious.

You will get the answer in g/cm^3 and it will be equal the specific gravity.

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