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posted by Wanda

A 2.9-kg pile of aluminum ( = 2.70 g/cm3) cans is melted, and then cooled into a solid cube. What is the volume of the cube?

a. 931 cm3
b. 1074 cm3
c. 1365 cm3
d. 889 cm3

Thank you!

  1. Damon

    2900 grams of Al

    2900 grams (1 cm^3/2.7 grams) = 1074 cm^3

  2. Wanda

    Thanks Damon!!

  3. kim

    What is the volume of a piece of platinum (ñ = 22.6 g/cm3) that has a mass of 0.35 kg?

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