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Q: 10 cm^3 of a normal specimen of human blood contains 1.2 g of hemoglobin. How many grams does 17 cm^3 of the same blood contain?

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If we divide 1.2 by 10 we get 0.12. So we now know that there is 0.12g in 1cm^3. To find out how much is in 17 we simply multiply 0.12 by 17.

0.12 * 17 = 2.04g

Mark (Uber Geek) says: on July 18, 2011 at 12:04 am

If we divide 1.2 by 10 we get 0.12. So we now know that there is 0.12g in 1cm^3. To find out how much is in 17 we simply multiply 0.12 by 17.

0.12 * 17 = 2.04g

Mark (Uber Geek) says: on July 18, 2011 at 12:04 am