Question #b3545

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Jul 3, 2017

Answer:

See the explanation below.

Explanation:

The density of gold is about #19.3 (g)/(cm^3)#.
Density = #(mass)/(volume)#. To find out the density of your object, calculate the mass and volume and divide. If the density comes out to be #19.3 (g)/(cm^3)#, then it is pure gold. If the density is different, then it is not pure gold.