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What is the density of a copper block that is 8.96g/cm^3 in ounces/pint?
I did all the conversions and the answer I got was 150ounces/pint? Is this correct? How to I solve this problem?

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    I typed that into Google and it returned 149.5496 which I would round to 150 to 3 significant figures. Good work.

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