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Given that the density of a white dwarf is 109 kg/m3 and that the density of a neutron star is 1017 kg/m3, determine the weights, in tons, of:

  1. (a) 1 cubic centimeter (1 cm3) of white dwarf matter = ___________________ tons [Round to 1 decimal.]
  2. (b) 1 cubic centimeter (1 cm3) of neutron star matter = ___________________ tons [Use scientific notation; round to 1 decimal.]

There are 100 (102) cm in 1 m. (Hint: How many cubic centimeters are there in 1 cubic meter?) Also, 1 ton (US) = 907 kg. Show your work in the box. [Parts a, b, c each worth 10 pts; work = 10 pts] [40 pts total] 

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