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I probably did something wrong... Help me what I did wrong? One cubic centimeter (1.0 cm3) of water has a mass of 1.0 multiplied by 10-3 kg at 25°C. Determine the mass of 1.5 m3 of water at 25°C. The answer is got was .15, however the answer was incorrect. What am I doing wrong? I'll put my whole process at the bottom.
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B2ST
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\[1.5m ^{3} \times \frac{ (1cm^{3}) }{ 1\times 10^{-2} } = 150 cm^{3}\] \[150cm^{3} \times \frac{ 1.0 \times 10^{-3} kg }{ 1cm^{3}} = .15\]
B2ST
  • B2ST
^ That's how I did it, but it's still wrong.. When I entered the answer.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Since you're cubing it, 1m^3 is not 1000cm^3 but rather 10^9 cm^3 so your answer would actually be 150000 kg

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B2ST
  • B2ST
Okay I tried that before, and the site indicate it's incorrect.
B2ST
  • B2ST
wow never mind/ I'm so dumb, I forgot to input it in sig fig. lol

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