# Question #68cb6

Jan 23, 2018

$\text{1 g/mL}$

#### Explanation:

The formula for density is

$d = \frac{m}{v}$

so you can just plug the numbers in.. :)

$d = \text{1,000 g"/"1 L}$

where grams are the mass and one liter is the volume. Divide $1 , 000$ by $1$, which is $1 , 000$. Don't forget the units!

Usually, density is expressed in $\text{g/mL}$, with $\text{1 L = 1000 mL}$, so

$d = \text{1,000 g"/"1,000 mL" = "1 g/mL}$

Hope this helps! :)