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An object has a mass of 16.3 grams and occupies a constant volume of 85.2 mL at standard conditions. Calculate the density of the object in g/mL?

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    d = m/v
    = 16.3/85.2
    = 0.191

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    you use the density formula
    density=mass/volume and solve

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