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m

^{3}= 1.01

^{3}= 3.03kg

is this correct

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- Thread starter JakePearson
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m

is this correct

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fluidistic

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I don't know if I understand what they ask. Do they ask for [tex]m^3[/tex], where m is the mass? If so, check out the units that you got. They are wrong. [tex](1.01 kg)^3=[/tex]?

I don't see the point of s=8.6 and t=2s though.

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