Density = (mass) divided by (volume)Mass = (Density) times (volume)
Divide the mass by the volume.
You can't. In order to calculate a density, you need a mass and a volume.
You cannot. You can determine the third variable if two are given but not determine two when given only one. You have to find some other way to first determine volume or density.
density = volume :)
Look up the density of the substance and divide the mass by the density to find volume.============================In order to use the method in the first answer, you must know the substance.But the question says clearly that only the massis given. In that case, it'snot possible to find the volume.
Density is a mass to volume proportion. (Density = mass/volume) If the density of something is 5 lbs/mL, then there are 5 lbs for every one mL. V = Mass/Density
The calculation of volume is dependent on the two variables of mass (M) and density (D). Mass equals density multiplied by volume or M = DV.
You can't. Density = (mass) divided by (volume). That's three numbers. I order to find any one of them, you have to know the other two.
The relation between mass(M), density(ρ) and volume(V) is given by: M = ρ x V. So mass can be calculated only if both density and volume are known. Density is a measure of amount of substance per unit volume, so mass can't be calculated until the volume of substance is known.
Density is the quotient of two physical properties: mass and volume. If Mass is needed, given Density then the Volume needs to be found in order to complete the equation: mass = density times volume in compatible units. For SI units, the units would be Density = kilograms per cubic meters Mass = kilograms Volume = cubic meters or try this To find mass divid the density