If a large marshmallow has a volume of 2.75 in3 and density of 0.242 g/cm3, how much would it weigh in grams? 1 in3=16.39 cm3.


Answer 1
Volume of the marshmallow:

V = 2.75 in^3          (but, 1 in^3 = 16.39 cm^3)

V = 2.75 × 16.39 cm^3

V = 2.75 × 16.39 cm^3

V = 45.0725 cm^3

•   Density:

d = 0.242 g/cm^3

•  Mass:

m = d × V

m = (0.242 g/cm^3) × (45.0725 cm^3)

m = (0.242 g/cm^3) × (45.0725 cm^3)

m = 10.907545 g

m ≈ 10.9 g   <———  this is the answer.

I hope this helps. =)

Answer 2




2.50 in31×16.39 cm31 in3×0.242 gcm3=9.92 g

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