Math question please help?

If the density of gold is 19.3 g/cm3, how many grams does a 5.00 cm3 nugget weigh? someone explain pls


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  • It's really easy

    We know that density = mass/volume
    So 19.3 = mass/5

    mass = 5*19.3 = 96.5 grams.

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    • Oh and by the way this is more of a physics question than a math one lol

    • Yes and she needs an explaination of mass being gravity being density and volume being distance per 3dimensional power.

  • You have to know the mass per increment. So, g/cm3 is the mass at an atmospheric pressure on earth. You can further take notice that gram is a weight gravity and cm3 is a volumetric. So knowing that thoroughly will help you to decide how to calculate this question.

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  • 5.00 * 19.3 = 96.5 grams

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  • 96.5g, I would say. 19.3g/cm3 for the weight of gold, so 5cm3 would be five times that weight...

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What Girls Said 4

  • ERR... It to late at night to be doing this.

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  • So for one cm3 there are 19.3 grams right? So for 5 cm3: (19.3 x 5) grams.

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  • @MarkyyG123 you maths nerd, help this asker out! :)

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  • What does gold has got to do with nuggets? O_o

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