# Question #651d1

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#### Answer:

Density:

#### Explanation:

So, you know that you're dealing with an object that has a certain mass and a certain volume.

You weigh the object and determine that it has a mass of **22 kg**. Likewise, you measure the volume of the object and determine that it occupies

Density is defined as mass per unit of volume. In other words, density tells you what the mass of **one unit of volume** is for a given object.

SInce you measured the volume in *cubic meters*, the unit of volume will be

So, to get the object's density, you need to determine what the mass of

If one cubic meter has a mass of **0.5238 kg**, then the object's density will be

Rounded to two sig figs, the number of sig figs you used for your two measurements, the answer will be