What is the density of sugar g/cm^3 if its density is 1590kg/m^3?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Hint: 1m^3 equals 1,000,000cm^3.

I know that 1590kg to g is 1,590,000g.

But how do I get the other half of it to cm^3?

Help.

Thanks.

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