I believe you meant a volume of 6cm3. Density = mass/volume Density = 30g/6cm3 = 5g/cm3
Density = mass / volume = 48g / 6cm3 = 8 g/cm3
Density = mass/volumeFor the cube of water having a mass of 1g:Volume of a cube of water measuring 1cm X 1cm X 1cm =1cm3.Density = 1g/1cm3 = 1g/cm3For the block of "plasting" having a mass of 4g:Volume of the block of plasting measuring 2cm X 3cm X 1cm = 6cm3.Density = 4g/6cm3 = 0.7g/cm3I will let you decide which has the greatest density.
The volume is 8 cubic centimetres.
The density of a material is defined as its mass per unit volume, density = m/v (mass/volume) One unit for this is grams/cm3. The weight is 12 g, and the volume is: v = 3 cm x 2 cm x 1 cm = 6 cm3 plugging in: density = m/v = 12 g/6cm3 = 2 g/cm3
-- Get a pure piece of it. The size of the piece doesn't matter. -- Measure the mass of the piece. -- Measure the volume of the piece. -- The density of the substance is mass of the piece/volume of the piece.
Given that the volume=95.7cm3 ,density=9.3gcm3, mass=? .But density=mass per unit volume.hence mass=density times volume, substituting for density and volume, mass=95.7 times 9.3=890.01g
That would vary greatly depending on the type and density of the metal, along with the dimensions of the particular piece. The weight of a piece of anything is the volume times the density.
The density is the ratio of mass to volume. It doesn't matter what size the piece of metal, if it is the same metal it has the same density, 8.4.
density = mass/volume,so the density of your metal is:25/10 = 2.5g/cm3 (grams per cm cubed)
Volume = mass/volume = 500g/10cm3 = 50g/cm3
Density= mass/volume 25/10 = 2.5 g/cm3
Density = Mass/Volume so Volume = Mass/Density. That is, Vol = 1.5 g/2.3 g/ml = 0.652 ml approx.
Its length times its height times its width or mass divided by density
Specific gravity refers to the ratio of the density of a substance to the density of a standard, which is usually water. A piece of metal that has a mass of 200 g and a volume of 2 cm3 has a specific gravity of 100.
The difference between the new volume and the old volume is 20 ml. This means that the 60.0 g piece of metal had a volume of 20 ml. Density is given by mass / volume, so this metal has a density of 3 g / 1 ml.
Density = Mass/Volume = 16/2.8 g/mL = 5.714 grams per mL (approx).
The volume of the piece of metal is measured by the difference in the volume of water in the graduated cylinder before and after the piece of metal is placed in the cylinder. This is stated to be 36 - 20 = 16 mL. Density is defined to be mass per unit volume. Therefore, for this piece of metal the density is 163/16 = 10 g/mL. (Only two significant digits are justified, because the is the number of significant digits in the limiting datum 16.)
The measurement unit for volume is not a centimetre and so the volume cannot be an unspecified number of cm. So the question is incomplete and flawed.
density is equal to the mass divided by the volume:- density = mass/volume So:- 201/ 18.9 = density density = 10.635 gcm-3 gcm-3 is equal to grams per cm3
The density is (the mass of a piece of the foam)/(the volume of the same piece).The size of the piece doesn't matter.
Density is the mass of the object divided by its volume. By this principle, to determine the density of a metal, place the metal onto a scale to measure its mass. After this, place the metal into a beaker of water and measure the volume change in the beaker. Divide the mass by the volume and you get the density.
mass=168g......change in water level=volume of metal piece=(42-20)ml=22ml density= mass per volume=(168/22=7.64)g/ml
density = mass / volume = 43.5 g / 15 cm3 = 2.9 g/cm3 or 2.9 g/mL.
If the water is at standard temperature and pressure (25 degrees Celsius and one atmosphere), the water has density of 1 kilogram per liter. When submerged, the metal displaces its own volume of water. Therefore, the volume of the metal is 1 liter, and the density of the metal is 6 kg/liter.