After 3 mice at the birthday party for Alice’s mice were treated to one large piece of laundry soap, their total weight increased by 270 g. The soap before the mice ate it had dimensions of 10cm, 6cm, 3cm. Determine the density of the no longer existing soap.
In order to calculate the density of a substance, you need to divide the mass of the substance by the volume it occupies.
Let’s calculate the volume of soap:
10 * 6 * 3 = 180 (cm ^ 3)
Let’s calculate the density of the soap:
270/180 = 27/18 = 3/2 = 1.5 (g / cm ^ 3).
Answer: the density of the soap eaten by mice is 1.5 g / cm ^ 3.
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