Answer to Question #4211 in Electric Circuits for Parish Divinity

Question #4211
A rectangular container measuring 17 × 41 × 59 is filled with water. What is the mass of this volume of water?
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Expert's answer
2011-09-06T05:57:41-0400
What are the units of measuring, cm, m, or any else?
The volume of the water for centimeters is
V = 17 [cm]* 41 [cm] * 59 [cm] = 0.17 [m] *0.41 [m] * 0.59 [m] = 0.041123 m3.

Thus the mass of the water is equal to
M = ρ V = 1 [kg/m3] * 0.041 [m3]= 0.041 [kg] = 41 [g].

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