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posted by John .
Pure copper has a density of 8.933 g/cm^3. What is the volume of a 5 g block of copper?
I did D=M/v
Flipped the formula to V=M/D
V= 5g/8.933 (g/cm^3) so that equals .56 cm^3
Right?!?
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