# 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.