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how many cubic centimeters are in a block of brass weighing 34 grams?

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    Divide the mass by the density to get the volume.

    Brass has densities that range from 7.9 to 8.9 g/cm^3, depending upon alloy composition and porosity. I suggest using an 8.4 g/cm^3 average value, unless a better value was provided.

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