Density = mass / volume = 615/105 g/cm3
density = mass/volume = 6/32 = 0.1875g/cm3
Density = Mass/Volume = 12/8 = 1.5 grams per cm3
density = mass/volume = 57g/3cm3 = 19g/cm3
density = mass ÷ volume= 20 g ÷ 12 cm3≈ 1.67 g/cm3
3 g/10 cm3 = 0.3 g/cm3 and this is the density, since density is expressed as mass/volume.
Objects with the same volume but different masses will have different densities because density = mass/volume. Under these conditions, the object with the greater mass will have a greater density than the object with the lesser mass. For example, if two objects have a volume of 10cm3, but object A has a mass of 30g and object B has a mass of 20g, object A will have a density of 3g/cm3, while object B will have a density of 2g/cm3, even though they both have the same volume.
Density = Mass/Volume = 16.0/25 = 0.64 grams per cm3
Density equals mass divided by volume so 110 g / 20 cm3 = 5.5 g per cm3
density = mass/volume = 36 g / 12 cm3 = 3 grams per cm3
A granite monument has a volume of 25,365.4 cm3. The density of granite is 2.7 g/cm3. Use this information to calculate the mass of the monument to the nearest tenth.
5 g/cm3 is.
Density = mass / volume Given mass = 45 g and volume = 10 cm3 So density = 45/10 = 4.5 g/cm3
Density =mass/volume . =2g/cm3
Density = mass/volume = 5 gm/cm3 .
mass = density ( )/cm3 multiplied by volume( )cm3
The first objects density is 2 g/cm3 and the second is 3 g/cm3. You just simple divide the mass by the volume to get the density.
An object with a mass of 579 g and volume of 30 cm3 will have a density of 19.3 g/cm3.
You need the mass and volume of an object in order to calculate density. density = mass/volume For example, an object has a mass of 25 grams (g) and a volume of 17 cubic centimeters (cm3). According to the density formula, density = 25g/17cm3 = 1.5g/cm3
density = mass/ volume d = 615/105 = 5.86g/cm3
Density = 2 g/cm3
Density = 2.5 g/cm3
density = mass ÷ volume = 30 g ÷ 10 cm3 = 3 g/cm3
Density = mass/volume = 20g/8cm3 = 2.5 grams per cm3