Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsPhysics · 1 decade ago

At standard temperature and pessure, carbon dioxide has a density of 1.98 kg/m3. What volume does 6.30 kg of?

carbon dioxide occupy at standard temperature and pressure? (put in correct significant figures)

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Both pieces of data use 3 significant figures, so the answer must have 3 significant figures too.

    Also, p = m/V, density is mass divided by volume. So V = m/p, volume is mass divided by density. Therefore

    V = (6.30 kg)/(1.98 kg/m³) = 3.18 m³.

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