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If the density of a block of wood is 0.5 cm3 what is the volume of the block if its mass is 27 g?
16g/8cm3 = 2g/cm3 or 2x106g/m3
57g/125cm3 = .456g/cm3.
The wood has a density of 0.6 g/cm3
What is the density of a block of wood with a volume of 50 cubic centimeters and a mass of 100 grams?
The density is 2 g/cm3 (100 grams divided by 50 cm3).
Density means mass per unit volume. Hence, mass of a body divided by it's volume will give us it's density. Here mass = 4g, volume= 5cm3 So, density = mass/volume =4g/5cm…3 =0.8g/cm3 This is the average density of the wooden block. The density of block whole throughout it's body may not always be equal to this value. Some portions of block can be more dense and some less dense. But the average density of any body having mass= 4g and volume = 5cm3 is always 0.8g/cm3 .
density = mass / volume so d= 120g / 200cm^3 d=0.6 g /cm^3
since D=m/v... then the density of the block of wood would be mass / volume..... mass in grams divided by volume in ml.
Density is mass divided by volume. D = (750g/55cm3) D = 13.63636 g/cm3
1g/cm3 Method: The volume of the wood is 3cm x 3cm x3cm, or 27cm3 The mass is 27g. Density = mass/volume Therefore, the density is 27/27, or 1g/cm3
Assuming the wood has a volume of 200 cm 3 and not 200 cm as stated, its density is 120 g/200 cm 3 =120/200 g/cm 3 = 0.6 g/cm 3
Density can be expressed in g/cm^3 so you can do a simple division problems of: 57 g/125 cm^3 = 0.456 g/cm^3
Density=mass/volume D=m/v m=100g v=50cm^3 D=100g/50cm^3 D=2 g/cm^3
Density = Mass/Volume = 853/310 = 2.75 grams per cm 3 , approx.
A cube, with 3cm sides, has a volume of 3x3x3 = 27cc The weight is 27grammes. Density = weight / volume = 27g / 27cc = 1g/cc = 1000Kg/M 3 A relative density of 1.0 (same …as water)
If the volume of one block of wood is greater than that of a second block of wood but the mass of the second block is great Which has a greater density and why?
Density= Mass/Volume If we insert arbitrary figures ... Block 1 Volume 40 cubic cms [arbitrary] Block 1 Mass is less than Block 2 so 39 gms Block 2 Volume is less than B…lock 1 so 39 cubic cms Block 2 Mass 40 gms [arbitrary] D1 = 39/40 = 0.975 grams/cubic cm D2 = 40/39 = 1.0256 grams/cubic cm It's clear therefore than inserting extra matter [mass] into the same volume or a lesser volume results in a higher density. The same holds true where mass remains constant and volume is altered. Greater volume = Less Density and vice versa.
Mass is a meause of density times volume. Therefor, mass= density x volume, and density = mass/volume. You divide 243 into 994. The answer to your question is approximately 4.…13 grams per cubic cm.
This density is 4,07 g/cm 3 .