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posted by Armoured sheperd .
i have a density of 1.9x 10 (negative cubed)g/cm cubed.and i have a mass of 50.0 g. do i need to convert my density in order to find my volume?

No, you can do that after solving for volume in cm^3.
1cm^3=1mL=10^3L=10^6*m^3
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