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# the density of mercury is 13600kgm^-3

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1. what is this in g cm^-3
i have gotten 13600000g so far but i dont know what to do next
2. a cubic metre contains a millions cubic centimetres.
3. So 13600x10^3gm^-3

1m=100cm
So
1m^3=100^3cm^3

Therefore 13600x10^-3/100^3=13.6gcm^-3
4. (Original post by metrize)
So 13600x10^3gm^-3

1m=100cm
So
1m^3=100^3cm^3

Therefore 13600x10^-3/100^3=13.6gcm^-3
thank you

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