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What's the mass of 60 mL of oil if the oil has a density of 0.90 g/mL? A. .02 g/mL B. 54 g/mL C. 5.4 g/mL D. 67 g/mL
54 g/mL is the mass of 60 mL of oil if the oil has a density of 0.90 g/mL. Mass = volume × density Mass = 0.90 x 60 Mass = 54 g/mL
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54 g/mL is the mass of 60 mL of oil if the oil has a density of 0.90 g/mL.
Mass = volume × density
Mass = 0.90 x 60
Mass = 54 g/mL
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54 g/mL is the mass of 60 mL of oil if the oil has a density of 0.90 g/mL.
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Mass=density*volume=60*0.90=54Grams per mL.
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The mass of 60 mL of oil with a density of 0.90 g/mL is 54 g.
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54 g/mL is the mass of 60 mL of oil if the oil has a density of 0.90 g/mL.
Mass = volume × density
Mass = 0.90 x 60
Mass = 54 g/mL
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The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. The force of the moon's gravity on the probe is 432 N.
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The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. 432N is the force of the moon's gravity on the probe.
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The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. The force of the moon's gravity on the probe is 432 N.
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