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4 May, 13:30

A cone with a mass of 6g has the radius measuring 5cm and a height of 2cm. What is its density?

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  1. 4 May, 14:34
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    The volume of a cone is (1/3) · (π) · (radius) ²· (height).

    For the cone in this problem,

    Volume = (1/3) (π) (5 cm) ² (2 cm)

    Volume = (π/3) (25 cm²) (2 cm)

    Volume = 50π/3 cm³.

    Density = (mass) / (volume)

    Density = (6g) / (50π cm³/3)

    Density = 18/50π g/cm³

    Density = 0.115 g/cm³
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