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What is the density of a cube whose side measures 4 cm and has a mass of 6.8 grams?

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1. Calculate the volume of the cube:

\text{Volume}=\text{side}^3=4^3=64\,\text{cm}^3

2. Use the formula for density:

\text{Density} = \frac{\text{Mass}}{\text{Volume}}

3. Plug in the values:

\text{Density} = \frac{6.8 \, \text{grams}}{64 \, \text{cm}^3}

4. Compute the density:

\text{Density} = 0.10625 \, \text{grams/cm}^3

2. Use the formula for density:

3. Plug in the values:

4. Compute the density:

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