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(1) what measurements and what calculation would you need to make in order to determine the density of a rectangular wooden block?
(2) a student announced that she had made a sample of a new material that had a density of 0.85g/cm3. from the inforation given, are you able to determine how large of a smple had made? explain!

1) mass and volume
2) No. The density would be the same for that material no matter what the sample size is
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