What mass of iron has a volume of #6.3# #cm^3#?

1 Answer
Mar 18, 2018

Answer:

#~~49.52 \ "g"#

Explanation:

Iron has a density of #7.86 \ "g/cm"^3#.

The density formula is:

#rho=m/V,#

where #rho# is density, #m# is mass, and #V# is volume.

To find the mass given the density, we use the equation:

#m=rho*V#

So, plugging in the given values, we get

#m=(7.86 \ "g")/(color(red)cancelcolor(black)("cm"^3))*6.3color(red)cancelcolor(black)("cm"^3)#

#~~49.52 \ "g"#