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My favorite way is to bite into it and measure the amount of energy used to chew it. Then compare that to the amount of energy to chew something of a known density. I'm pretty good at figuring out how much more or less it's density is. But it is much better for the grape to have the water displacement test don't you think?

Q: How do you find the density of a grape without using water displacement?

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2. Using water displacement since it works for any kind of shape.

The volume must be determined; try the method of liquid displacement using an anhydrous mineral oil.

I have no clue. Sorry. :( ^^ Ignore that ^^ I think Density = mass/volume.

Density = (mass) / (volume) Multiply both sides of the equation by (volume): Mass = (Density) times (volume)

Using a densimeter or a pycnometer.

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it will dissolve

Find the mass using a scale. Find the volume by the water displacement method. Divide mass by volume and that equals density.

Determine its mass using a balance and determine its volume using water displacement. Then divide the mass by the volume to get density. Refer to the related link below for more detail.

The displacement method is used to determine volume. However, if you know the density, the displacement test can give volume, which is used to work out mass by the formula m = dV

2. Using water displacement since it works for any kind of shape.

Determine its mass on a balance. Determine its volume using water displacement. Divide the mass by the volume.

Determine its mass on a balance. Determine its volume using water displacement. Divide the mass by the volume.

density = mass/volume Determine the volume of the screw by using the water displacement method (see related link below). Determine the mass of the screw on a balance or scale. Divide the mass by the volume, and that will be the density.

you first find it's mass by weighing it on a balance and then find it's volume by using water displacement. after finding them, Density=the mass divided by volume D=M/V

using water displacement because it doesnt float on water and it doesnt dissolve in water

This varies greatly with the size of the banana in question. Determine the volume of the banana using water displacement. Determine the mass of the banana on a balance. Density = mass/volume