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A flexible metal sheet of length 6.0cm, breadth 5.00cm and the average thickness of 0.883cm has a mass of 23.00g. calculate the density of the metal

ρ=m/V=m/L•W•H =
=23•10⁻³/6•10⁻²•5•10⁻²• 0.883•10⁻²=
=868.3 kg/m³
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