You need to find the mass and you need to find the volume. The latter may be calculated from the length of the side of the cube. Then, density = Mass/Volume in the appropriate measurement units.
Well its quite easy: Density=Mass/Volume Volume=Mass/Density SO if mass and density of a cube are given you can easily find its volume.
To find the mass of a cube by multiplying the density times the volume of the cube. The volume can be found by multiplying the height times the height times the length.
Make sure the volume is in milliliter units and then multiply it by the density of the cube and you will get the mass of the object in grams. That is because density=grams/milliliters, so grams=density•milliliters
You measure its mass and volume and then density = mass/volume.
Density = Mass/Volume
Use the formula:mass = volume x density
Scales to measure its mass and a ruler to measure the length of the cube's side.
If the mass of the cube is 96 g, what is the density of the cube material?
Form a cube 1x1x1 cm. Weigh it
From the information available, you cannot.
The simplest procedure is find the mass of the cube using a simple balance. Preciously measure the size hence volume of the cube. Then Density=Mass/Volume and unit is gm/cc
Different metals have different densities, so to find the density either the type of metal or both the size and mass of the cube must be provided. Density is mass divided by volume.
No. Each piece of the cube would have the same density.
The mass of the will depend on the density of the material the the cube is made of. If you know the density of the material in g/cm^3 you can multiply it by the volume of a cube that is 3 cm on each side (27cm^3) to find the mass.
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LXWXH= volume find the mass and divide it with the volume mass divided by volume equals density
This depends on the volume of the cube, volume of water, density of the cube, type of sugar.
Times the height by lenth by with
The density of liquid water is greater than the density of an ice cube. This is why ice floats on top of liquid water.
To find the density you need the mass and volume and then, density = mass/volume. Given a ruler, you can easily measure an edge of the cube. If that is x units, then the volume is x3 cubic units. However, it is not clear how you find a mass with just a balance. You need some standard weights, but these do not appear to be provided. You are stuck and cannot answer the question.
Multiply the volume of the cube by its density.
B/c the density of the ice cube is greater than the density of the air.
The density is (32)/(the length of each edge of the cube)3
Its density is 2g/cms3