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Can you please help me with this?
Convert 36.7 lbs/in(3) to kilograms per cm(3). (There are 14.59 kilograms in 32.174 pounds and 61.02 in(3) in 1000 cm(3)).

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    32.174 lbs = 14.59 kg
    1 lb = 14.59/32.174 kg
    36.7 lb = 14.59/32.174 (36.7) kg = 16.6424... kg

    61.02 in^3 = 1000 cm^3
    1 inch^3 = 1000/61.02 cm^3 = 16.388 cm^3

    so 36.7 lbs/inch^3 = 16.6424../16.388 = 1.016 kg/cm^3

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