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christopherolem
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calculate the density of a diamond If the volume of the diamond is 0.50 cm and it's mass is 1 .75g

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Faithrodriguez

The formula for the density is d=m/v. d=the density m=the mass of the sample (in this case 1.75g) v=the volume (in this case 0.50cm³) when you plug everything in you should find that the density of diamond is 3.5g/cm³. I hope that helps.  Let me know if anything is unclear.

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