A 76.00-pound flask of mercury costs $154.50. The density of mercury is 13.534 g/cm3.Find the price of one cubic inch of mercury by calculating intermediate values.What is the price of one pound of mercury?$  What is the price of 1 g of mercury?$  What is the price of 1 cm3 of mercury?$  What is the price of 1 in3 of mercury?$ It takes 3.100 in3 of mercury to make one manometer. Find the price of the mercury used to make 11 manometers by first calculating the cost of mercury for one manometer.What is the price of mercury used to make one manometer? What is the price of mercury used to make 11 manometers?11 manometers?

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A 76.00-pound flask of mercury costs $154.50. The density of mercury is 13.534 g/cm3.

Find the price of one cubic inch of mercury by calculating intermediate values.

What is the price of one pound of mercury?

$
 
 
What is the price of 1 g of mercury?
$
 
 
What is the price of 1 cm3 of mercury?
$
 
 
What is the price of 1 in3 of mercury?
$
 

It takes 3.100 in3 of mercury to make one manometer. Find the price of the mercury used to make 11 manometers by first calculating the cost of mercury for one manometer.

What is the price of mercury used to make one manometer?

 

What is the price of mercury used to make 11 manometers?11 manometers?

 

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Given information:

Mass of flask of mercury = 76.00 pound

Cost of 1 flask of mercury = $ 154.50

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As  1 pound = 453.592 g

Thus, to convert 76.00 pound into gram...

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76pound 453.592x76g 34,473.0452 g

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