# Question #3ed46

Aug 28, 2017

The density of copper is ${\text{8.96 g/cm}}^{3}$.

#### Explanation:

The density equation is:

$D = \frac{M}{V}$,

where:

$D$ is density, $M$ is mass, and $V$ is volume.

Plug the given values for mass and volume into the equation and solve.

$D = \left(89.6 \text{g Cu")/(10.0"cm"^3 "Cu}\right)$$=$${\text{8.96 g/cm}}^{3}$