1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The mass of a copper atom is 5.30 10-25 kg, and the density of copper is 8 920 kg/m3 . (a) Determine the number of atoms in 1 cm3 of copper. _______Cu—atom/cm3 (b) Visualize the one cubic centimeter as formed by stacking up identical cubes, with one copper atom at the center of each. Determine the volume of each cube. _______cm3/Cu—atom (c) Find the edge dimension of each cube, which represents an estimate for the spacing between atoms. _________cm 2. Relevant equations Density=mass/Volume 3. The attempt at a solution Well, the book the book we are using for this class "Physics for Scientists and Engineers" by Serway has no right being used in an Introductory Physics class. I re-read the relevant chapter THREE times and still haven't figured out how to solve this. Therefore, I used my intuition alone. Using the info I have: 3.06*10^(-25)kg= (8,920kg/m^3)*1cm^3 = M=D*V I cancelled the volumes but that won't left over any missing variables. I googled for alternatives and my textbook absolutely does not point us in any direction regarding this question. Please help. Thanks in advance.