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Example: The density of an object is 100 grams/cm3. The weight of an object is 50 grams. What is the volume of the object?

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A quotient is the answer to a division problem. For example, the quotient of 15/5 is 3.

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One application of density is to make a simple determination of whether or not a substance is pure. This is particularly important with precious substances. By itself density is not conclusive because it is almost always possible to combine one material with a higher density with another material with a lower density to produce a material with any intermediate density. In many cases, though this process will give rise to visual clues (the colour, for example) which may give the game away.

Physical we mean only the structure, state, lustre if any, density etc. Example: Hydrogen gas is lighter than oxygen because of its lower density