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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.

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