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yes, the more solid an object is, the higher the density ty guys email me at kasey_po123@live.com.au i will answer anything!

This is a solid.

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To find the density of an object, you have to divide the mass of the object by the volume of the object.

mass/volume=density

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Density= mass/volume

A solid object in contact with a liquid in which the solid does not dissolve will sink if the density of the solid is greater than the density of the liquid and will float if the density of the solid is lower than the density of the liquid.

yes, the more solid an object is, the higher the density ty guys email me at kasey_po123@live.com.au i will answer anything!

This is a solid.

Adding heat to the object if the object is a solid.

That depends on the volume of the object.

If we know the material that makes up the object, we will also know the density of the material. By measuring the volume and mass of the object, it is possible to find out if it is solid or hollow. This will only work if we know the material and we know the density of the material.

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You can find the mass of the object by multiplying volume and density.

To find the density of an object, you have to divide the mass of the object by the volume of the object.

You need to know the density of the object first. Mass=density x volume, so assuming you have the volume, you need the density of the object to get mass. Density depends on the material of the object in question though, nothing a quick web browse shouldn't be able to handle (assuming its a solid object of one element).

You need the object's volume and the object's mass to find the object's density. Then, you divide the object's mass by it's volume. The formula for density is d = density m = mass v = volume

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