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Help please!!!! The specific gravity of iron is 7.87, and the density of water at 4.00C is 1.00g/cm3. You can use this information to find the density of iron. Find the volume occupied by 7.00g of iron

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  1. aaronq
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    use: \(specific\;gravity=\dfrac{\rho_{iron}}{\rho_{water}}\) to find the density of iron. Then use: \(\rho=\dfrac{m}{V}\) to find the V.

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