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Homework Statement



If the density of ice at -2 Degrees Celsius is 0.917 g cm to the power of negative cubed (-3), what would be the mass of 1 litre of ice at this temperature ?


Homework Equations



None ? I'm guessing H = M x C x T though?

The Attempt at a Solution



I cannot attempt it. I was absent when My class did it so I have no idea how to do it. Can someone maybe explain to me how?

Much appreciated! Thanks.


P.S. I'm new here :). As I'm nearing my completion of High School (1 year and 1 month to go) I'll be more active in forums like these. Hi!
 

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What is definition of density? What is a litre? How is it related to 1 mL? To 1 cm3?

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