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, 04.08.2022 04:29

# The density of a certain material is such that it weighs 9600 miligrams per fluid ounce of volume. Express this destiny in kilograms per cup.

Answered by an experienced expert Nitin Arora

1200 kilograms per cup

Solution:

Density = mass / volume

Given 9600 miligrams per ounce

Which is equal to = 9600 x 10^(-6) / (0.125 )  kilogram per cup

= 96 x 12.5 kilogram per cup

= 1200 kilograms per cup

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