chemistry
dancingdogs:

What is the length of the side of an iron ingot that has a mass of 4.578 kg and has width = height = 5.00 cm

8 months ago
Mercury:

density = mass/volume let's assume this ingot is a rectangular prism for the sake of simplicity therefore density = mass/(length * width* height) plug in density, mass, width, and height to find length. You will need to look up the density of iron, preferably in kg/cm^3 although if you find it in different units it's ok, just convert the length/mass to the appropriate units

8 months ago
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