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calculate the density of a liquid if 150g of a substance with 188mL volume

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    Divide the mass (150 g) by the volume (188 mL)

    188 mL is also 188 cm^3.

    Densities can be written as g/cm^3 or g/ml. The numbers will be the same.

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