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Four boxes of the same volume are each completely filled with one of the following items: sand, marbles, paperclips, or dice. The order of boxes from least to greatest mass is as follows: paperclips, dice, marbles, and sand. Which box has the greatest density?

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    the density of each box is the quotient between its mass and its volume: \(\rho =\frac{m}{V}\), since all four boxes have the same volume here, you would need to think, out of those items, which one has the biggest mass or weight.

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