chemistry

A 6.50 g piece of substance B was rolled out into a thin sheet measuring 24.0 cm x 18.0 cm.

a.) Calculate the volume of the sheet of metal. Show work; use labels.

[I also had to look at a graph, here is some information about substance B:
y=mx+b
m(slope): 8.52 g/cm^3
b(Y-Intercept): 2.64 g
Correlation: 1.00

Please help!

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