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This can not be worked out as volume is bassically a measure of size and so you need the dimensions to work this out, however if you mean density than you can not work that out without knowing the weight and volume.

Q: What is the volume of wood?

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Density of wood = mass/volume

If its a cuboid, volume = length * breadth * height .

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Density = Mass/Volume = 25.0/28.7 = 0.871 units of mass per units of volume.

A solid is a hard thing like wood. Wood is a solid because it can not be squashed but it has a set shape and a set volume. Mainly it can not be poured.

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Density of wood = mass/volume

If its a cuboid, volume = length * breadth * height .

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a cord of wood is equal to 128 cubic feet of neatly stacked wood.

-- If the wood has sunk ... such as teak, ebony, or mahogany ... then its volume is 0.525 L. -- If the wood is floating, then the portion under the water line has a volume of 0.525 L, and the portion above the water line has volume that we can't state with the information given.

Yikes! Can you give some measurements? What do you mean by the volume - the volume of the wood used?

Density = Mass/Volume

You times the length by the width by the height to find volume. To find the density do mass divided by volume.

since D=m/v... then the density of the block of wood would be mass / volume..... mass in grams divided by volume in ml.

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Length times width times height (lwh) is a way to figure out volume. If you try to do it with water displacement, the wood will adorn the water and ruin the calculations.

Density is mass divided by volume. This block of wood is therefore 0.75g per cubic cm.