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1. If the Density= 6 g/mL and the Volume= 42mL What is the mass

2. If the Mass= 4 grams and the Density=2 g/mL What is the Volume

3. If the Mass=12 grams and the Volume=4mL What is the Density


4. If the Mass=121 grams and the Volume= 11mL What is the Density

5. If the Mass= 25 grams and the Density= 5 g/mL What is the Volume

6. I the Density= 10g/mL. and the Volume= 50mL What is the mass

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asked by Jazmin
  1. mass = density * volume

  2. All of your problems are identical:
    2. M = V*D.
    4 = V * 2.

    3. M = V*D.
    12 = 4*D.

    4. M = V*D.
    121 = 11*D.

    5. M = V*D.
    25 = V*5.

    6. M = V*D.
    M = 50*10.

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  3. Thanks henry2,

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  4. You are welcome.

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