## Chemistry: The Central Science (13th Edition)

density=22.61 g/$cm^{3}$
This question is a density problem. We are given the mass, and the length of one side of a cube, and have to find the density. The mass is 76.31 g and the length is 1.500 cm. Since the density formula is density=mass/volume, we need to find the volume. Volume of a cube is equal to v=$side^{3}$, the volume equals 3.375 $cm^{3}$. When we plug in the values into the density formula we get a density of 22.61 g/$cm^{3}$