I need help with a density problem

1. Jan 27, 2007

joshv06

Yesterday my teacher gave me homework but I don't understand it. Heres th equestion:

Copper has a density of 4.44 g/cm squared. What is the volume of 2.78g of copper?

:surprised Thanks in advance for the help

Last edited: Jan 27, 2007
2. Jan 27, 2007

neutrino

What part of the question don't you understand?

3. Jan 27, 2007

SGT

The density should be in $$g/cm^3$$ and not in $$g/cm^2$$.

4. Jan 27, 2007

fffff

Do you know the equation
Denity=mass/volume

5. Jan 27, 2007

hover

What part of the question don't you understand?? Tell us what you don't understand and we will explain it to you. Like fffff said use
density=mass/volume.