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how can earth be the densest of the three when uranus and neptune have so much more mass than earth does?

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Density is not defined by mass, but how compact the mass is of a given planet. Earth has lots of heavy metals in it's core.
Well first of all who said that earth is the densest ?
Luis, I am God. I said it was. Therefore I am right.

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density is mass per unit volume. so if the mass is greater but the volume is even greater, then the density would decline.
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