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Volume = Mass / Density

Therefore, for the same mass, if the density is higher then the volume is less. This makes perfect sense if you think about it. The atoms of the object are closer together (it is more dense) and so less space (volume) is taken up.

Q: Volume equals density over mass

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one unit (mls) is volume and one unit (lbs) is mass. You must stipulate the object eg. water so that its density can be determined. Density equals mass over volume (in cc trying to covert 3.1L of plasma to pounds. The density of plasma is 1.03g/cc?

45/15= 3 Where density is equal to mass over volume

As A/B=C/D , So B=(A*D)/C

c equals b over 8

9 over 20 equals 45 over 100

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Density=Mass/Volume (That is, Density equals to Mass divided by the Volume over the object)

Density equals Mass over Volume (D = M / V)

by calculate density by dividind the mass of space

Density equals Mass over Volume

m/v

Density. This is quantified as a mass over a volume, so if you know the volume, the density will allow you to determine the mass of an object. Density equals mass divided by volume so mass is equal to density multiplied by volume.

Time squared over distance. No, it is not "Density". Density is mass divided by VOLUME. Weight is the force of gravity acting on the mass. force = mass * acceleration. Thus, mass/force = 1/acceleration, or, in generic units, time squared over distance. Don't believe every game show answer you hear.

Density equals mass over volume. Set up the equation and solve for volume.

it's for finding either the density, mass, or volume of something when given the other two.

you need to know volume, because d=m\v (density equals mass over volume)

D=m/v

It depends on what you wish to convert it to!