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How many grams of tin would occupy 5.5 L if it had a density of 7.265

How many grams of tin would occupy 5.5 L if it had a density of 7.265

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How many grams of tin would occupy 5.5 L if it had a density of 7.265

How many grams of tin would occupy 5.5 L if it had a density of 7.265

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In order to find the mass of tin with the given volume of 5.5 L and density of 7.265, we will use the formula Density = Mass / Volume We will just multiply both sides of the equation by the volume and we will Mass = Volume x Density We can now solve the problem by substituting the given.
Mass = 5.5 L x 7.265 g/L Mass = 39.96 g there are 39.96 grams of tin

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