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Q: If an object has a mass of 5 grams and a volume of 10 cm cubed what is the density of the object i also need to show how i worked it out?

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Density=Mass/volume 0.050/0.005= 10kg/dm(cubed)

Density = mass/volume = 5 gm/cm3 .

You need to know the volume: Mass = volume X density

The object has a density of 5 g/cm3 . This is because, to calculate the density of an object, you divide the mass by the volume. In this example the mass is 25, and the volume is 5. 25/5=5.

density = mass/volume = 8.0g/25cm3 = 0.32g/cm3

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Density = Mass/VolumeVolume is not cubed, although the units in which volume is expressedmay be cubed units.

the density=mass/volume, so the density is 5.23 g/cm cubed

Density=Mass/volume 0.050/0.005= 10kg/dm(cubed)

Density = mass/volume = 5 gm/cm3 .

You need to know the volume: Mass = volume X density

The density of an object is Mass/Volume, so 5.5/1.56^3 would give you your density.

Just divide the mass by the volume.

The object has a density of 5 g/cm3 . This is because, to calculate the density of an object, you divide the mass by the volume. In this example the mass is 25, and the volume is 5. 25/5=5.

density = mass/volume = 8.0g/25cm3 = 0.32g/cm3

The density is 7 gm/cm3 .

As density is mass / volume we can rearrange this to give mass = density * volume hence if you know the density of the material, and it's volume, you can calculate the mass. The density will be in Kilograms per Metre cubed, and the volume in Metres cubed, so the mass comes out in Kilograms.

mass = density x volume Mass = 5 grams per centimeter cubed x 10 centimeters cubed = 50 grams

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