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The density of titanium is 4.5 g/cm3 . A titanium ring has a volume of 0.4 cm³.

What is the mass of the titanium ring?

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Can you please help and show me how you got the answer so I can understand it better? Thanks so much, you're the best!

flanspawn  Apr 10, 2018
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Mass  / Volume   =  Density

 

So....multiply both sides by  Volume

 

Mass  =  Density * Volume

 

Mass  =  4.5g / cm^3   * 0.4 cm^3

 

The cm^3  cancels....and we're left with

 

Mass  =   4.5 g  *  0.4   =   1.8 g

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Apr 10, 2018
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multiply both sides by  Volume

 

Mass  =  Density * Volume

 

Mass  =  4.5g / cm^3   * 0.4 cm^3

 

The cm^3  cancels....and we're left with

 

Mass  =   4.5 g  *  0.4   =   1.8 g

jakesplace  Apr 10, 2018

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