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There are six boxes (a white object, a purple object, a gray object, a violet object, a orange object, and a brown object). Each box has a different mass (8 g, 38 g, 40 g, 32 g, 67 g, and 71 g) and a different volume (28 cubic cm, 42 cubic cm, 78 cubic cm, 80 cubic cm, 63 cubic cm, and 2 cubic cm).

Figure out the mass, volume, and density of each object.

1. |
The density of water is 1.0 grams per cubic cm. If the white object was placed in water, it would float. | |

2. |
One object has a volume of 28 cubic cm and a density of 1.357 grams per cubic cm. | |

3. |
The purple object has a density of 0.762 grams per cubic cm and a mass of 32 g. | |

4. |
One object has a volume of 2 cubic cm and a density of 4 grams per cubic cm. | |

5. |
The density of water is 1.0 grams per cubic cm. If the violet object was placed in water, it would sink. | |

6. |
The brown object has a greater mass than the purple object. | |

7. |
The volume of the brown object is not 80 cubic cm and it is also not 28 cubic cm. | |

8. |
The density of aluminum is 2.7 grams per cubic cm. The orange object is more dense than aluminum. | |

9. |
The volume of the purple object is not 78 cubic cm and it is also not 80 cubic cm. | |

10. |
The orange object has a density of 4 grams per cubic cm and a volume of 2 cubic cm. | |

11. |
The volume of the orange object is not 28 cubic cm and it is also not 80 cubic cm. | |

12. |
The gray object has a density of 1.063 grams per cubic cm and a volume of 63 cubic cm. |