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A block has a volume of 0.07 m3 and a density of 3,500 kg/m3. What's the force of gravity acting on the block (and weight) in the air?
A block has a volume of 0.07 m3 and a density of 3500 kg/m3. The force of gravity acting on the block in air is 2401 N. density = mass / volume , mass= 3500*0.07 =245 kg , force = mass *acc , force = 245 *9.8 = 2401 N.
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A block has a volume of 0.07 m3 and a density of 3500 kg/m3. The force of gravity acting on the block in air is 2401 N. density = mass / volume , mass= 3500*0.07 =245 kg , force = mass *acc , force = 245 *9.8 = 2401 N.
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