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    Can someone please explain this

    I cannot solve this any explanations or hints would be appreciated.please do not give the answer
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    You need to use density = mass/volume formula

    So work out the volume of the shape
    Hint: work out the cross sectional area first and then multiply it by the depth


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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    Can someone please explain this

    I cannot solve this any explanations or hints would be appreciated.please do not give the answer
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    Hello,

    Well density=mass/volume.
    You have the density and you want the mass.
    Volume is what you need to work out first.
 
 
 
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