PLEASE HELP the density of mercury is 13.6 g/cm^3. How many quarts does 100 g of Hg occupy? Given 1 L= 1.06 qt.

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PLEASE HELP the density of mercury is 13.6 g/cm^3. How many quarts does 100 g of Hg occupy? Given 1 L= 1.06 qt.

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So first find how many mL (or \(cm^3\)), then convert that to L, then convert that to quarts. The definition of density is \(\sf density=\dfrac{mass}{volume}\) you're given density and mass, so find the volume. (I would suggest you rearrange the formula first, then plug your numbers in).
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the second step is incorrect, going from mL to L you divide by 1000 not by 0.001
I got 779.1 but the correct answer is 7.79 x10 ^-3 can you see what i did wrong #aarong
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