# Physical Science

What volume would 90g occupy?

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1. You must know the density of the substance. Assume 2g/cm^3

V = 90g/Density = 90/2 = 45 cm^3.

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posted by Henry
2. What volume would 90g occupy

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posted by Joe
3. idk that’s why i’m asking

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