Density is measure as mass/volume. As with any matter, the density of chalk would require:
1. a measurement of its mass
2. a measurement for its volume.
Mass can be measures on a scale in kg. Chalk's shape also makes it calculable for volume (in metres). If it is cylindrical, measure the height and the radius, then solve for V = (pi)(r^2)h. Divide the mass by that volume and find its density in kg/m^3.
Chalk, solid 2.5 Chalk, lumpy 1.4 Chalk, fine 1.1
chalk has a greater density than water ans also chalk has a low surface tension
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No, chalk does not float. The reason that it does not float is because it has a larger density than the water or liquid that it is put in.
Nature's chalk is limestone--hard. Blackboard chalk is soft--gypsum.
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chalk powder floats.since it's density is less compared to oil"s.
Chalk is mainly found in England ;) Hope this helped! XD
maybe it might be near the chalk on the board
Unless you can find both the mass and density of something you cannot find the density.
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Strictly speaking if the density is given then you don't need to find it.
You cannot find density without volume. Density = mass/volume
yes you can
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Chalk Paint is a type of paint that you can put on a wall then a couple days later, you can draw on it with chalk. Before you draw on the paint, it will take about a day to dry. You can find chalk paint at Home Depot or any other store like it.
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