An Object Has A Mass Of 615 Grams And A Volume Of 105 Cm3. What Is The Density Of The Object?

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The density of a object is equal to the ratio of mass to volume. The formula for density is;

Density = Mass / Volume

Mass = 615 grams

Volume = 105 centimeter cube

Density = 615 grams / 105 centimeter cube

Density = 5.86 grams per centimeter cube

So, the density of the object is 5.86 grams per centimeter cube.

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