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A fluid has a mass density of 1161 kg/m3. How many cubic meters of this fluid weighs 100 pounds on Earth?

A fluid has a mass density of 1161 kg/m3. How many cubic meters of this fluid weighs 100 pounds on Earth? (1 kg weighs 2.2 pounds on Earth).

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Given that the density of the fluid = 1161 kg/m^3 weight of the fluid on earth = 100 pounds step 1 Now, let us converts 100... View the full answer

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