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if gasoline has a density of 0.65g/cm what would the mass of a 34 liter tankful of gasoline in kilograms and weight in pounds be? How would this formula be set up

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    mass = volume x density
    mass = 0.65 g/cc x 34,000 cc = ?
    Convert to kg by dividing by 1000.
    For lbs, remember that 453.59 g = 1 lb.
    Solve for mass in grams.

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