1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Calculate the volume of water, in milliliters, that would be displaced by 1.82 grams of cobalt, when cobalt's density is 8.9 g mL^-1. 2. Relevant equations Density = m/v Volume = m/d 3. The attempt at a solution volume = m/d Volume= 1.82 g/8.9 g mL^-1 Volume = 0.204 mL^-1? I'm honestly stumped. Hopefully someone has some sort of idea of how to solve this.