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An object weighing 90 N has a volume of 45 mL and a mass of 9.0 g. What is its density?

A. 0.10 g/mL

B. 0.20 g/mL

C. 5.0 g/mL

d. 10 g/mL

Please and Thank YOU

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  1. Im thinking its C can someone help me??

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  2. Ms. Sue ?? :(

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  3. Correct I think, just follow your instincts the first answer you think it is its most likely that one, don't cheat, i understand you just need help but you should go to your book.

    Hailey

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  4. I totally agree with you Hailey!!

    Taylor:)

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  5. ya i need help with this to is it c?

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  6. So is it C. cause I am trying to explain this to my daughter?

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  7. im probably way to late for this, but it was b, just saying

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  8. The correct answer is B

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  9. ummmmmmmm...... tbh I think its C but I'm probably wrong

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  10. THE ANSWER IS B I GOT IT RIGHT.

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  11. Yep, it is B.

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  12. VANESSA, please don't use caps and the correct answer is b, I just did this and got a 100%

    ~lol star ♥

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  13. lol star why cant she use caps?

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  14. Its B, but still go with your gut

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  15. It is b

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  16. Does any of you know how to do them math for it it is really simple

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  17. no obvi thats why i came here

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