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a copper sample has a mass of 44.65 g and a volume of 5.0cm^3. what is the density of copper, expressed as gram per cubic centimeter?


can you please write the formula then show the working? thank you really appreciate it

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  1. density is g/cm^3

    They gave you the mass and the volume. With a limited amount of data, there are a limited number of manipulations you can do. In this case, they have given you just what you need to find the density:

    44.65g/5.0cm^3 = 8.93g/cm^3

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