The density of cobalt metal is 4.51 g/cm[SUP]3[/SUP]. Calculate the volume (in cm[SUP]3[/SUP]) of a piece of cobalt weighing 8.32 g. I know the answer but am not sure how many significant figures it would be. 1.84? or 1.8? haha it confuses me! like i know its 4.51g/1.??mL. ? being the amount of zeros.

In chem its usually 1.84 x 10 to the what ever power sig fig has to be between 1 and 9.99 if i remember correctly. Not sure i fully understand the question but this is what im reading at Sent from my CushZero using Tapatalk

I believe significant figures would be 2 after the decimal. They both have two so you can be accurate to 2. If one only had one then you could only be accurate to 1.

I see. Thats simple. :cus: im not a sig fig fan. :hail:Thank you for answering. you to cushtopush. :hail: