A huge meteor has a mass of #3.2*10^12# #g#. If the density of the meteor was #4.2# #g##/##cm^3#, what was the volume of the meteor?

1 Answer
Jan 6, 2016

Answer:

#762000m^3#

Explanation:

Since density is defined as the mass per unit volume, we may calculate the volume from this definition.

#rho=m/V=>V=m/rho#.

#=(3.2xx10^12g)/(4.2g//cm^3)#

#=7.62xx10^11cm^3#

#=762000m^3# in SI units.