Chemistry

You put a rock weighing 45g into a graduated cylinder. Before you put the rock in the graduated cylinder, the volume of water in the cylinder is 10mL. After you put the rock in the graduated cylinder, the volume rises to 25mL. What is the density of this 3rd rock?

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  1. density=45g/15ml=3g/ml

    posted by bobpursley

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