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RELATIVE DENSITY OF SILVER  =   \frac{DENSITYOF SILVER}{DENSITY OF WATER}

THEREFORE DENSITY OF SILVER = RELATIVE DENSITY X DENSITY OF WATER

WE ALREADY KNOW THE DENSITY OF WATER IS  10^{3} kg  m^{-3}

SO DENSITY = 10.8 X  10^{3}

SI UNIT OF DENSITY = kg/m³
SO DENSITY OF SILVER = 10.8 X 10³ kg m-³
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Relative density = Density relative to water 
      Density of silver = relative density * density of water
                          = 10.8 * 1 gm/cm³ = 10.8 gm/cm³
                  in SI units,  10.8 * 1000 kg/m³ = 10, 800 kg / m³

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