Q: How do you find the density of a cylindrical prism?

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Volume = cross-section area*length

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You divide its mass by its volume.

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Volume x Density . . . yes

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times leagth times weith

Volume = cross-section area*length

You divide its mass by its volume.

None normally

Volume x Density . . . yes

Mass = Density x Volume

A prism has the same cross section throughout its length no matter what form it may take i.e. a cubic prism, a cuboid prism, a triangular prism, a hexagonal prism, a cylindrical prism etc.

You measure its length, breath, height and mass. Then Density = Mass/(Length*Breadth*Mass) in the appropriate units.

The volume is 3cm * 2cm * 5cm = 30 cm3. The density will depend on the mass of the prism which will depend on the material that the prism is made from.

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44.16g density times volume

no it's not a cone is a pyramid and has one base but a prism has two bases and is not a cone Actually, a cone is just a cone, like an ice cream cone. a prism is like a shape strechted out like a pipe. A cylindrical prism would be a pipe with closed ends.