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A titanium bicycle frame displaces 0.314 l of water and has a mass of 1.41 kg. what is the density of the titanium in g>cm3 ?

Blair Lewis

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Dana Keller on March 5, 2018

The density of an object is the ratio of its mass by the volume. This translates into the quantity of substance present in a certain space and can be mathematically expressed as density = mass / volumeIn this point, we are given that the object of mass 1.41 kg is capable of moving 0.314 L of liquid. The volume of water displaced is also the volume of the object. Therefore, density = 1.41 kg / 0.314 L = 4.49 kg/LThen, to convert the calculated volume of g/mL. density = (4.49 kg/L)(1 L / 1000 mL)(1000 g/1 kg) - density = 4.49 g/mL

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