Q: How do you find the mass of a block of wood?

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If the density of the block is less than the density of water, then the block will float. Density of water is close to 1 gram per cubic centimeter. So measure the block and calculate its volume (Length x Width x Height). Use a scale to find the block's mass. Then divide mass/volume to calculate density. If you've measured in grams and centimeters, then the units will be g/cmÂ³, then compare this to 1 g/cmÂ³.

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

density = mass ÷ volume = 600 g ÷ 30 cm3 = 20 g/cm3

Density= Volume/Mass. Therefore: (9x2x6)divided by 5.4g=Density. 108cm/5.4g=Density. 20=Density.

You times the length by the width by the height to find volume. To find the density do mass divided by volume.

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To find the mass of a block of wood you should use a triple beam balance.

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

Density = Mass/Volume

Density is mass divided by volume. This block of wood is therefore 0.75g per cubic cm.

A block of wood can be of different sizes; this will affect the mass, and weight, a lot. To a lesser degree, the weight of a block of wood will also depend on the density, since different types of wood have different densities.

volume,weight and mass

since D=m/v... then the density of the block of wood would be mass / volume..... mass in grams divided by volume in ml.

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depends on its size and the density of the wood.

No. It doesn't matter how heavy a block of wood is, it depends on the density of the wood. Generally wood floats as the density of wood is lighter than the density of the water, so it would float.

A block of wood is sometimes used in the laboratory to elevate certain objects. Often, a lab-jack is used instead of a wooden block.