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A king's crown has a volume of 110 cm to the 3rd power and a mass of 1800g. The

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    phresh 2 defposted 7 years ago

    A king's crown  has a volume of 110 cm to the 3rd power and a mass of 1800g. The density  of...

    gold  is 19.3 g/cm to the 3rd power.  Is the crown pure gold

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    Butch Newsposted 7 years ago

    That's one very big crown... more than a cubic metre of gold.

    110X110x110=1,331,000 cubic centimetres.

    At 1800 grams that's divided by 1,331,000 cc which means there isn't a lot of gold in that gigantic crown.

    Methinks you made a boo-boo in your figures.
    But I don't know if you meant 110cc or 110mm or 110cm cubed.

    This is a very simple problem but the numbers are out of whack I think.  You have to pay attention to that kind of thing.

 
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