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# What is a volume of an object expressed in?

Updated: 9/16/2023

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Cubic units (replace 'units' with a measure of length such as centimetres, metres, inches, etc., so cubic centimetres, cubic metres, cubic inches, etc.) or, primarily for liquids, litres or millilitres

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### Is volume the amount of mass in an object?

Yes. Volume is the amount of space occupied by a three-dimensional object or region of space, expressed in cubic units.

### Is density calculated by dividing the mass of an object by its volume?

Yes, density is expressed in mass per volume (typical units are g/cm3 and lb/in3).

### What is density how is it calculated what units is it usually expressed in?

Density is mass per unit volume. It is calculated by dividing the mass of an object by its volume. It is expressed in some unit of mass divided by volume; for example, the SI unit would be kilograms per cubic meter.

### In Science how is volume of an object is express?

It is expressed either in litres or cubic metres where 1 cubic metre = 1000 litres.

### Volume of liquid is expressed in what?

Volume can be expressed in grams or liters. one of those

### How tightly packed the matter is in an object?

That can be expressed by the density, which has units of mass divided by volume - for example, kilograms per cubic meter.

### If an object has a mass of 3 g and a volume of 10 cm3 what is its density?

3 g/10 cm3 = 0.3 g/cm3 and this is the density, since density is expressed as mass/volume.

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### Why is an object's density expressed as a combination of two unit's?

Density is expressed of two units as it consist of two aspects, weight and space. When interested in density, someone needs to know how much an object weighs and how much space it takes (mass per unit of volume). The density of an object is expressed as mass/volume because that is the formula for density. d = m/v. So, after you divide the coefficients of the mass and volume you will have the m/v part still left. example: 2.7g/6.1cm3 = .44g/cm3 OR 4.4x10-1g/cm3

### What is the volume of an object?

the volume of an object is alex

### What does the density of an object represent?

It represents how "concentrated" the mass is in an object. It is expressed in units of mass per volume, for example, kilogram per cubic meter.

### Is area and volume the same?

no.. VOLUME is the amount of space occupied by a three-dimensional object or region of space, expressed in cubic units while area, measure of the size of a surface region, usually expressed in units that are the square of linear units, e.g., square feet or square meters.