Asked Dec 20, 2019

Which is denser, an object having the density of 1000kg/m3 or an object having density of 1g/cm3. Defend your answer.


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mass density =- volume 1kg = 1000g (1) 1000kg=10°g 1m=100 cm 1m' = (100 cm) (2) = 10° cm³ 3


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