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What is the mass of a dragster body with a volume of 150,000 mm3 (150 cm3) if it is made of balsa wood?

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  • What is the mass of a dragster body with a volume of 150,000 mm3 (150 cm3) if it is made of balsa wood?


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Anonymous942507 | 22/10 2018 06:07
15.0g
Positive: 66.666666666667 %
Answer #2 | 03/11 2015 17:25
2
Positive: 60 %
Anonymous601831 | 03/10 2018 19:19
f u d g e
Positive: 55.555555555556 %
Answer #4 | 03/11 2015 17:51
what is the density of balsa wood? d = m/V so m = d.V
Positive: 50 %
Answer #5 | 03/11 2015 17:30
A positive number always has two real square roots. There's the principal (positive) square root and the negative square root. For example, the square roots of 4 are -2 and 2. Be aware if someone uses the radical symbol √ however, that is asking for only the positive (principal) square root. So √4 = 2. Answer: All positive numbers have TWO real square roots (one positive, one negative). The principal square root is the positive one.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #6 | 04/11 2015 01:51
what is the density of balsa wood? d = m/V so m = d.V
Positive: 50 %
Answer #7 | 03/11 2015 18:55
square root means 2 so 2 maybe except not all positive numbers have rational roots [if that makes a difference] square root of 4= +/-2 square root of 3= cannot be notated in decimal form
Positive: 50 %
Answer #8 | 03/11 2015 17:39
Two. +/- its root.
Positive: 50 %
Anonymous199151 | 28/08 2018 15:42
idk
Positive: 40 %
Answer #10 | 03/11 2015 17:59
Various sources say the density of balsa wood is about 0.16 g/cm^3. (150 cm^3) x (0.16 g/cm^3) = 24 g [It would have been a lot easier to weigh it, than to figure its volume.]
Positive: 40 %
Answer #11 | 04/11 2015 01:59
Various sources say the density of balsa wood is about 0.16 g/cm^3. (150 cm^3) x (0.16 g/cm^3) = 24 g [It would have been a lot easier to weigh it, than to figure its volume.]
Positive: 28.571428571429 %

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