Q: What is the volume of wood block?

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Density of wood = mass/volume

you weigh the block on a balance get its mass if it is a regular shape block so the volume should be length * weadth * breadth (side * side * side) the density = mass / volume

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The density of the block of wood is 0.6 g/cm^3. (Density = mass/volume)

A block of light balsa wood and a block of heavy teak of the same size, will also have the same volume (which is the space each block occupies).

A graduated cylinder or volumetric flask could be used to measure the displacement of water when the wood block is submerged in it. By measuring the volume of water displaced, you can determine the volume of the wood block. A balance can then be used to measure the mass of the wood block, allowing you to calculate its density.

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To calculate the density of the block of wood, you would divide its mass (in grams) by its volume (in milliliters). The formula for density is: Density = Mass / Volume. Plug in the values for mass and volume to find the density of the block in g/mL.

Since, this is a cubical block, It can be length * breadth* height..

volume,weight and mass

The density of the wood block is calculated by dividing the mass by the volume, so density = mass/volume. In this case, density = 57g / 125 cm3 = 0.456 g/cm3.

The density of the wood block is calculated by dividing the mass (5 grams) by the volume (20 cm^3). Therefore, the density of the wood block is 0.25 g/cm^3.

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u need the volume . if u did have the volume u would divide the mass (27g) by the volume. then add the label g/ml