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1. Calculate the density of a material that has a mass of 52.497grams and a volume of 18.5cm^3?

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    I got D= 2.843081g/cm^3

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    Close but I obtained a slightly different answer.
    density = mass/volume = 52.497/18.5 = 2.83768 and from your post you are allowed only three significant figures (assuming you wrote all of the zeros in the problem) so I would round the answer to 2.84.

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