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a sheet of metal is 97.4 mm wide and 59.4 mm long. if it weighs 9.788g and the density of the metal is 7.23g/cm^3, what is the thickness of the sheet(in mm) ?

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    Convert width and length to cm.
    Use mass = volume x density and solve for volume.
    Volume of sheet metal = length*width*thickness. Substitute for all that applies and solve for thickness.

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    The thickness will be in cm, convert to mm.

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