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# Determine the density (TO ONE DECIMAL PLACE) of a cylindrical solid with a mass of 16.5 g, a diameter of 10.6 mm, and a length of 21.8 mm in g/cm3. Where pi = 3.14.   ### Other questions on the subject: Physics Physics, 21.06.2019 21:20, edmistontrace53
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Determine the density (TO ONE DECIMAL PLACE) of a cylindrical solid with a mass of 16.5 g, a diamete...

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