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jessie13
 one year ago
Will Medal Answer ASAP!!!!
Please help me!
1: On the surface of the earth, weight is calculated by:
dividing volume by density
dividing mass by volume
multiplying mass and gravity
multiplying density and gravity
2: The standard metric units of density are:
kg/N
g/cm^3
kg/cm^3
g/L
3: If the weather forecaster tells you that the pressure is falling, what is the air density doing?
uncertain
increasing
decreasing
remaining constant
jessie13
 one year ago
Will Medal Answer ASAP!!!! Please help me! 1: On the surface of the earth, weight is calculated by: dividing volume by density dividing mass by volume multiplying mass and gravity multiplying density and gravity 2: The standard metric units of density are: kg/N g/cm^3 kg/cm^3 g/L 3: If the weather forecaster tells you that the pressure is falling, what is the air density doing? uncertain increasing decreasing remaining constant

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