Water at 4°C (39°F) has a density of 1.
Density= mass*volume if you have a wide but low volume, then the density changes. For example: you have a 10*10*10 cube. now you have a 10*10*1 cube. The first one is bigger.
The density is 10 kg/mL
The density of actinium is 10 g/cm3.
Density = grams/milliliters Density = 10 g/10 ml = 1.0 g/ml
If the mass increases the volume will acctually be 10% larger then the density and mass. ( mass + density and then 10% of that is the volume.
Density = mass/volume = 20/10 = 2 gcm-3
The density is is 1,26699 g/cm3.
the population density of the Hudson Plains is 10%
This density is 1,0707 g/cm3.
Density = mass / volume Given mass = 45 g and volume = 10 cm3 So density = 45/10 = 4.5 g/cm3
The density is simply 10 grams per litre. The bit about "a mass of 50 grams" is irrelevant to the calculation of density.
3 g/10 cm3 = 0.3 g/cm3 and this is the density, since density is expressed as mass/volume.
To get the density, you have to divide the mass by the volume. If you know only the mass, you can't calculate the density.
Depends on what it is. Like density of 10 grams of flowers would be different than 10 grams of lead. Need more information.
That depends on the density of the substance Since the density of water is about 1000 kg/m³ 10 litres water weights 10 kg
Mean density: 9.9 × 10−30 g cm-3
The formula for density is mass/volume. mass = 10 grams volume = 3m3 density = 10 g /3m3 = 3.333 g/m3
The density is the mass per unit volume. So, the density = 27/10 = 2.7 grams/cc
density = mass/volume, so the density of your metal is: 25/10 = 2.5g/cm3 (grams per cm cubed)
The density is 5 g/cm3. (10/6 reduced) Density is equal to the mass (weight) divided by the volume.
Density = 10 kg / 5 litres = 2 kg per litre.
Assuming the volume is 10 cc and not 10 cm, mass = density*volume = 5*10 = 50 grams