# A titanium bicycle frame displaces 0.314 L of water and

Betsy Rhone 2021-12-14 Answered
A titanium bicycle frame displaces $0.314L$ of water and has a mass of $1.41kg$. What is the density of the titanium in $\frac{g}{c}{m}^{3}$?
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$\rho =\frac{mass}{volume}$
Substitute with the given values:
$\rho =\frac{1.41kg}{0.314L}$
$\rho =4.49\frac{kg}{L}$
Convert to $\frac{g}{{\left\{cm\right\}}^{3}}$
$\rho =4.49\frac{kg}{L}×\frac{1L}{1000{\left\{cm\right\}}^{3}}×\frac{1000g}{1kg}$
$\rho =4.49\frac{g}{{\left\{cm\right\}}^{3}}$
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