mass = density x volume Mass = 5 grams per centimeter cubed x 10 centimeters cubed = 50 grams
Density = mass/volume = 5 gm/cm3 .
30cm squared it's the mass times the volume
The density must be 22.5 GRAMS per cm cubed, not 22.5 cm cubed. Then, Density = Mass/Volume implies Mass = Density*Volume = 22.5 * 5.42 = 121.95 grams.
Density = Mass/Volume = 8.0/25 = 0.32 grams per cm3
Mass is equal to density multiplied by the volume. Therefore density is equal to the mass divided by the volume. The standard units of density are kilograms per metre cubed, so it is first important to convert the mass into kilograms i.e. 615 grams = 0.615 kg, and the volume into metres cubed i.e. 105 centimetres cubed = 1.05 x 10^-4 metres cubed. So to answer your question: Density = Mass/Volume =0.615/(1.05*10^-4) =5857.14 kg/m^3
The formula for density is density=mass/volume. Therefore solve the problem as follows. 80.0g/25cm3=3.2g/cm3
Density = mass (g) / volume (mL). 234 cm cubed = 234 mL. 60 / 234 = 0.256 g/mL. This is your density. As this is lower than 1g/mL, it will float on water. Conversely, you can find the mass of an object by multiplying the volume by the known density!
Any object with an average density of 1.538 g/cc.
What would be the density of an object that has a volume of 25 cm3 and 5 grams?
2 g/cm3 Because density = mass / volume so u do 40 divided by 20 and get 2
what the density of an object with a mass of 20 grams and a volume of 3 ml?