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The beaker has two unknown cubes of equal volume but different mass. The volume is 10 cm3. The mass of cube A is 50 g and the mass of cube B is 5 g. Calculate the density of cube A and cube B and which cube is floating and which cube sank to the bottom?
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already calculated the density
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Cube B (5 g) / (10 (cm^3)) = 500 kg / m3 Cube A (50 g) / (10 (cm^3)) = 5000 kg / m3

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