Q: How do you find the mass of a human?

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And what particular human are you referring to? Also, I am a bit rusty about this, are weight and mass the same thing?

What do you use to find mass

mass fraction of Substance A = (mass of Sub. A) / (total mass)

Large mass

okk first find like a tube thingy and find the mass of it on the balance and write it down somewhere then put the water in the tubee and find the mass and write it downn when your donee subtract the mass of the tube from the mass of the tube with water in it and your answerr is the mass of the water ***make sure the tube has no water in it or ANYTHING because it could change the mass okk first find like a tube thingy and find the mass of it on the balance and write it down somewhere then put the water in the tubee and find the mass and write it downn when your donee subtract the mass of the tube from the mass of the tube with water in it and your answerr is the mass of the water ***make sure the tube has no water in it or ANYTHING because it could change the mass

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As the mass of a human body increases, so does the g-force exhibited on the human body.

And what particular human are you referring to? Also, I am a bit rusty about this, are weight and mass the same thing?

The atomic mass of a human is the sum of atomic masses of all the elements that make up the body. On average, a human body is composed mostly of oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen, with trace amounts of other elements. The total atomic mass of a human is about 30 kilograms.

What do you use to find mass

Not at all. Where do you think the mass came from to form the human bodies ? ! ?

they are diffrent

You can find a dog's mass by wieghing it. Dogs usually have a different mass.

The average human weight is 70 kilograms.

Kilograms

Find the volume then divide the mass by the volume.

You have to find out its mass, and its volume. Then you divide its mass by its volume.

To find the volume of mercury, you need to know the density and the mass of the sample. Once you have the mass, you can use the formula: volume = mass/density to calculate the volume of mercury.