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calculate the density of a cork of mass 24g and volume 100 cm3. what would its density be if its volume increases to 200 cm3?

300 cm3

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density= mass/volume
D=M/V
24g/100cm^3= ans. 0.24g/cm^3
the density if its volume increases 200cm^3
24g/200cm^3= ans. 0.12g/cm^3.
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