# Question #da0ab

Aug 15, 2017

${\text{22.6 g/cm}}^{3}$

#### Explanation:

We can use the formula $\text{density" = "mass"/ "volume}$.

$D = {\text{226 g" / ("10 cm"^3) = "22.6 g/cm}}^{3}$

Aug 15, 2017

22.6 g/ml or to two significant numbers
23 g/ml

#### Explanation:

Density = Mass/volume

Mass = 226 grams

Volume = $10 c {m}^{3} = 10 m l$

Density = $\frac{226}{10} = 22.6$ g/ml

However while 226 has three significant digits 10 seems to have only two significant units so the answer should be rounded off to two significant digits.

$22.6 = 23$g/ml to two significant digits.