Density = Mass / Volume. kg/m3 or gm/cm3
SI units for density is kg/m3; another popular unit is g/cm3. In any case, you have to divide a mass by a volume. Therefore, the dimension for density is [mass] / [length]3.
This is the density. ---------------------------------------- Density is an important physical and specific property of materials. Density is an intensive property irrespective on the form and dimension of the sample.
The density is important in mechanical engineering, evaluation of the volume from mass, evaluation of packages dimension, etc.
If you know the other dimension you can multiply it by the area to get the volume. Otherwise you can only get the area density (houses per square mile etc).
Tonnes is weight, weight is not comparable to area without knowing the third dimension and density
The dimension of the side in cm are required to calculate the volume (cm3) and density in g/cm3 or specific gravity of the substance is then used to calculate the mass. Mass = Volume x Density
density is measured in grams/cm3 . The units that you have given us make this question unanswerable.If the density was 21.4 g/cm3 and you gave us one dimension of .045cm then that leaves us with 0.963 g/cm2. Still unsolvable.What we need to know is the mass of the sample. Knowing that we could calculate the volume directly. But we still wouldn't know the dimension of the volume. Even knowing one dimension leaves us in doubt as to the dimensions of the cross-sectional area of the sample.
Only if we are scaling small spaces as large spaces, density can be increasing when comparing the smaller object with the larger object so truly the larger object might be even larger
Density is the fourth dimension and it can also be increasing the mass like other dimensions but we cannot see with our eyes but only if the width is very low and doesnt touch the centre and it's only directly proportional to surface, only if the object is transparent it exists
Driving Dimension: the geometry is controlled by the dimension. Driven Dimension: the dimension is controlled by the geometry.