asked by @tianat8 •
over 1 year ago •
Chemistry
• 5 pts

Hey there Tiana! Do you mind posting the whole problem? I feel like you left something out, we need info that relates the black hole to our sun or the moon, otherwise those are just numbers that have nothing to do with the black hole.

answered by @dashab2 •
over 1 year ago

- In 1999, scientists discovered a new class of black holes with masses 100 to 10,000 times the mass of our sun, but occupying less space than our moon. Suppose that one of these black holes has a mass of 1 x 10^3 suns and a radius equal to one-half the radius of our moon. What is the density of the black hole in g/m^3? The radius of our sun is 7.0 x 10^5 km and it has an average density of 1.4 x 10^3 kg/m^3. The diameter of the moon is 2.16 x 10^3 miles. Tiana commented over 1 year ago

Hey there Tiana! Here is the solution to your problem. I show the steps in finding the overall density of the blackhole. Please let us know if you have any other questions :)

answered by @sabrina •
over 1 year ago

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