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a block of metal has a volume of 13.4in^3 and a weight of 5.14 lb. what is its density in grams per cm^3? Show operation

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    1 in^3 = 16.38 cc
    13.4 in^3 to cc = ?

    1 lb = 453.59 grams
    5.14 lb to grams = ?
    Then d = mass/volume

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