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The number of cubic centimeters of gold in 4.18x10^3 of gold is:(density of gold 19.3g/cm^3)? a) 514cm^3 b) 217 cm^3 c) 417 cm^3 d)110 cm^3 if you know the answer please explain how you got it thank u

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  1. anonymous
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    its 216.58cm^3 Its simple : In simple terms density 19.3 g/ cm^3 means u have 19.3 gram of gold in 1 cm^3 So now u have 4.18x10^3g of gold. So by unitary method [4.18x10^3g]/19.3 g/ cm^3 which gives to 217cm^3. Hope u got it .....

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