# The density of gold is 19.3g/cm3. The density or iron pyrite is 5.0g/cm3. If a nugget of iron pyrite and a nugget of gold each have a mass of 50g, what can you conclude about the volume or each nugget?

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## Jawapan

2016-03-16T17:45:36+08:00
Density of an object is computed by dividing its mass by its volume. D = M / V

However, since Volume is the missing component in the equation. Mass of an object is divided by its density to get its volume. V = M / D

Volume of Gold nugget          = 50 g / 19.3g/cm3  = 2.59cm3
Volume of Iron Pyrite nugget = 50 g 5.0g/cm3    = 10cm3
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• Pengguna Brainly
2016-03-16T18:18:35+08:00
Hye..
However, since Volume is the missing component in the equation. Mass of an object is divided by its density to get its volume. V = M / D

Volume of Gold nugget          = 50 g / 19.3g/cm3  = 2.59cm3
Volume of Iron Pyrite nugget = 50 g / 5.0g/

Density of an object is computed by dividing its mass by its volume. D = M / V

cm3    = 10cm3