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J.Velasquez

  • one year ago

Density of a wood piece is 1.10 g/cm^3. What is the net force of a wood piece that displaces 786 mL of water? Any help is appreciated(:

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  1. cherrydrops
    • one year ago
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    use mass = density x volume to solve. 786mL=786cm^3 mass of wood = 786 x 1.10 = 864.6g = 0.8646kg Weight= 8.646N (weight = mass x gravitational field strength, and i took g=10N/kg) weight(force) acting on the wood piece is 8.646N.

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    Thank you so much!

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