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2. A square block of steel with volume 10 cm3 and mass of 75 g is cut precisely in half. The density of the two smaller pieces is now... the same as the original density. two times the original density. one-half the original density. one-fourth the original density.

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  1. shubham
    • 2 years ago
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    Same as original, density = mass / volume, cutting the block in two pieces or any number of pieces doesn't change the density as ratio m/v remains constant.

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