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Volume of anything = (its mass) divided by (its density)

regardless of what shape it happens to be.

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Q: How do you find the volume of a sphere giving the mass and density?
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What is the formula for a sphere mass?

how do you find the mass of a sphere Volume x density => 4/3(pi)(r)3 x density

How do you find density of a sphere?

you have to divide the mass by the volume then measure the ends then you found your answer

How do you find the density of a sphere?

calculate the volume using the formula: Vsphere = (4/3)*pi*r^3 then calculate density by Density = Mass/Volume

How do you find the density of a sphere given its mass and radius?

Density = mass/ volume volume= 4/3(pie)(r^3) ***r= radius in meters** so find volume then divide mass by volume and there you go.

How do you find the mass density of a sphere who's mass is 5000 grams?

Density is the mass per unit volume. e.g. kg/m3. But you've only given one of the quantities needed - we still need the volume of the sphere.

How do you find volume of a sphere?

The volume of a sphere is 4 / 3 * pi * r3

How to find the volume of a sphere?

Volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3

How do you find the volume of a sphere?

use the formula 4/3*π*radius3 to find the volume of a sphere.

How do you find the radius of a sphere based on the weight in pounds?

You need to know if the sphere is solid or hollow. You also need the "density" in terms of pounds weight per unit volume. Then Volume = Mass/Density And Radius = cuberoot[3*Vol/(4*pi)]

How do you find density without volume?

You cannot find density without volume. Density = mass/volume

How do you find the volume on a half-sphere?

Calculate the volume of a full sphere, then divide that by 2.

How do you find mass and volume if given radio and density?

Not sure how a radio can help. If you are given the radius (including units) of a sphere, the volume is 4/3*pi*r3 cubic units. Then mass = density*volume, in the appropriate units.

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