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Samantha has a solid with a certain density. She knows the mass of the solid is 170 grams and the volume of the object is 20 cubic centimeters. When she calculates the density of the solid, what units should Samantha use?

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Step-by-step explanation:


The formula for density is D = m/V

- the units of mass are grams
- The units of volume is cm^3

Therefore the units of density is

Density = grams/cm^3
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