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What is the formula triangle between density, mass and volume?

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Mike Berge


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Luke Thorley

Density = mass/volume

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Paris Alshiblawi

Density=Mass/Volume

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Heba

Density = mass / volume

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Dawn M

Density is mass divided by volume. Make sure that you are using the same units for the mass and volume as required for the density i.e. if they want the density in g/cm3 then the mass needs to be in grams and the volume in cm3. You may need to convert the units to make this right.

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Hemendra

Density is mass per unit of volume (in other words Mass divided by Volume gives us Density). If one requires to find the density in grams/cubic centimeters then the mass should be changed to grams and the volume should be expressed in cubic centimeters. (1 Kg = 1000 grams) and (1cubic meter = 1000,000 cubic centimeters).

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Niamh Thompson

Hi, Density is equal to Mass divided by Volume

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