No, mass divided by volume equals density.
Density equals mass divided by volume.
(Mass) divided by (volume).
The mass of an object divided by it's volume equals DENSITY. DENSITY= MASS/ VOLUME Density is mass per unit volume.
Mass Divided By Area Equals Density
Density = Mass Divided by Volume or D=M/V
Density is by definition mass divided by volume. Therefore volume times density equals mass. Diving both sides of that equation by the density, we get volume equals mass divided by density. So the answer to your question is, divide the mass by the density.
Mass / Volume = Density (/ Means Divided by)
Density=Mass/Volume (That is, Density equals to Mass divided by the Volume over the object)
D=m/v Density equals mass divided by volume.
Mass divided by volume equals density. For the same volume, if the mass is more then the density is higher.
LXWXH= volume find the mass and divide it with the volume mass divided by volume equals density