A titanium bicycle frame displaces $0.314L$ of water and has a mass of $1.41kg$ . What is the density of the titanium in $\frac{g}{c}{m}^{3}$ ?

Betsy Rhone
2021-12-14
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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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