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Q: How can you find the density of a solid with a regular shape?

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The density of any material thing is (its mass) divided by (its volume), regardless of its shape.

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Density = Mass/Volume

A regular square shape is a 2-dimensional object. It has no volume and therefore no mass. Therefore, it cannot have a density.

You measure its mass and volume and then density = mass/volume.

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Mass divided by volume, just like anything else.

To find the volume of a regular solid, multiply its length by its width by its height.

To find the area, first divide the shape into regular, simple shapes. Then use formulas to find the area of the smaller, regular shapes. Lastly, add up all the smaller areas to find the area of the original shape.

mass/volume=density

Density = MASS/Volume.

Density = mass/volume for solid, liquid, or gas. It doesn't matter.

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