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Q: Relationship between mass and length and diameter?

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You cannot, there is no single-rule, formulaic relationship between mass and physical measurements like length or diameter.

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You cannot. Diameter and length can, for some particular shapes, give you the volume. But that will not give you the mass unless you know the density of the substance.

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Mass, length and time are the three fundamental units of physics. None of them have a relationship with another, unless some other factor is introduced from outside. What relationship might come from this can't be guessed at without knowing what the other factor is.

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