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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 The standard metric units of density are: kg/N g/cm^3 kg/cm^3 g/L 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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