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Density = 300/15 kilograms per cubic meter = 20 kilograms per cubic meter

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Q: What is the desity if an object with a mass of 300 kilograms and a volume of 15 cubic meters?
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How can the desity of an object be determined?

Not sure about desity. If you meant density, it is mass/volume.


How do you calculate the desity of an object?

Mass divided by volume


How do you find the volume of an object when you are given the mass and density of the object?

Volume=mass/specific gravity or desity


Why does changing the shape of an object have no effect on the desity of that object?

Because desity is defined as (mass) divided by (volume), and neither of those quantities depends on the object's shape.


What is the density of an object with mass of 20 kilograms and volume of 5 cubic meters?

It is 4 kg/m3.


What is volume when working with density?

Density is mass divided by volume. In SI (metric) units, if mass is in kilograms, and volume in cubic meters, then the density will be kilograms / cubic meters.Density is mass divided by volume. In SI (metric) units, if mass is in kilograms, and volume in cubic meters, then the density will be kilograms / cubic meters.Density is mass divided by volume. In SI (metric) units, if mass is in kilograms, and volume in cubic meters, then the density will be kilograms / cubic meters.Density is mass divided by volume. In SI (metric) units, if mass is in kilograms, and volume in cubic meters, then the density will be kilograms / cubic meters.


If an object is heated what happens to volume and density?

If an object is heated, its atoms get more of kinetic energy, so they collide faster and thus volume is increased and desity is decreased.


What is gross mass?

volume desity and weight


What is the basic unit of measurement for mass and volume?

Mass is kilograms Volume is cubic meters


An object with a mass of 4.6 kilograms and a volume of 0.0025 cubic meters is submerged in water. What is the buoyant force on the object?

The buoyant force is equal to the amount of water displaced. Multiply the volume of the object by the density of water - then convert that to a force (at about 9.8 newton/kilogram).


Can you have the same volume but a different mass?

different desity


What is desity?

Its the amount of matter per volume unit.

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