Chemistry
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Sample has 150 grams, 20 mL, and a density of 7.5 g/mL. If I double my sample size what would those values turn into?

150 g x 2 = 300 g
20 mL x 2 = 40 mL
7.5 g/mL density still 7.5 g/mL density.
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