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Q: Is Density derived from length divided by volume?

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Yes, mass divided by volume is the formula for density.

mass divided by volume is density

Density = Mass divided by Volume

Weight divided by volume is density. Usually it is expressed as mass divided by volume. That is why a unit for density will be something like grams/liter, because mass is on the top and volume on the bottom.

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Density is a mass of a volume unit. A unit of density is defined as a unit of mass divided by unit of volume. In its turn, a unit of volume is a third degree of a unit of length. Mass and length units are main units. So density is a derived unit as derived from main units.

Density is a derived unit: mass divided by volume.

mass divided by volume gives the density(M/V=Density)

Not exactly. Density is weight divided by volume.

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meters, grams, liters Density is mass divided by volume.

Unit of length is m and that of mass is kg Now volume is length x length x lenght. SO volume would have the unit mxmxm = m3 Density = mass / volume So unit for density = kg /m3

for volume it is width times hight times length for desity it is mass divided by volume

it's a volume. V=L*W*H density is mass divided by volume. kg/m^3

No density is mass divided by volume.

Volume is derived, from length.

Density is weight divided by volume. In the case of a rectangular solid, volume is length times width times height.

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