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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!

  • Physical Science -

    2900 grams of Al

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

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    Thanks Damon!!

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    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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