If you find the density in kilograms per cubic metre or some other consistant units, then convert by dividing by the number of inches in a metre, cubed.

If you find the density in kilograms per cubic metre or some other consistant units, then convert by dividing by the number of inches in a metre, cubed.

Ref: Engineers Manual by Hudson, Second Edition.

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What are you allowed to use A book Weigh and measure some brass and determine it yourself

Brass weigh(s) 8.4 gram per (cubic centimeter) x 16.387 cubic centimeters per cubic inch = 137.65 grams per cubic inch

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