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A hot dog bun (volume 240 cm3) with a density of 0.15 g/cm3 is crushed in a picnic cooler into a volume of 195 cms. What is the new densitu of the bun?

Volume is measured in cm^3, not cms.
The new "crushed" density is higher by a factor of V1/V2 = 240/195 = 1.231
1.231 x 0.15 = ___ g/cm^3
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