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The density of water is 1 g/cm^3. What is the mass of 7.500 liters of water reported in kilograms?

I got 7.5kg. Is this correct?

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asked by Jessica
  1. in 7.500 liters, there are 7500 cm^2, and 7500 grams is 7.5kg

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  2. so is my answer correct?

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    posted by Jessica
  3. Hmmmm. Did you read my answer?

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  4. yes

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    posted by chioma

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