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kg/(lenght x thickness x width) = 62kgm3 can i know the weight at least

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kg/(lenght x thickness x width) = 62kgm3 can i know the weight at least
how to count

 

\(\delta =62\ kg/m^3 \)

 

 

\(\delta \ is \ the \ density.\\ If\ you \ know \ length, \ thickness \ width, the \ mass \ is \)

 

\(m= \delta\times ( length\times \ thickness\times \ width)\\=62\ kg/m^3\times( length\times \ thickness\times \ width)m^3=m \ kg\)

 

laugh  !

asinus  Apr 25, 2017
edited by asinus  Apr 25, 2017

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