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How can you obtain an object's volume if you know its density and its mass?

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volume = mass / density

Displace water with the object. The amount of water displaced will give volume

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

Density = mass/volume The density equation can be manipulated to solve for mass and volume as follows: Mass = density x volume Volume = mass/density

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You can obtain density by dividing mass / volume.

you need to know its mass (weight) and volume; density is mass/volume

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.

You just need to rework the density formula: D = M / V, where D is density, M is mass, and V is volume. So all you need to do is put in the Density and Mass and solve for V: D = M / V D * V = M V = M / D And so our volume becomes Mass divided by Density.

m/V = density

We know that the mass of the object = the density*the volume. Therefore the volume = mass/density.

A rectangular prism has a volume that can be found by multiplying the object's length width and height. To obtain the mass one must also know the density of the object and multiply that by the volume.

Density = (Mass) divided by (Volume) If you know the density and volume, then Mass = (Density) times (Volume)

To obtain the density you need to know the mass, and the volume of the object.So you'd have to weigh it using a balance to obtain the mass.The easiest way to measure the volume (particularly if it's an irregular shape) would be via the displacement of water.density = mass / volume

You will like to know the volume of the mass. Mass / volume will give you density. You can not know the density without mass and volume of the substance.

volume = Mass * density

density = mass/volume mass = density x volume

If you know the density and mass of the liquid, you can calculate the volume by dividing the mass by the density. density = mass/volume volume = mass/density mass = density X volume

since density equal to mass/volume then mass=density times volume mathematically mass=density *volume

Density = (mass) divided by (volume) If you know the mass and density, then Volume = (mass) divided by (density)

To know the density you need to know the volume of that object. density = mass divided by volume.

to identify package size,weight=volume*density. if you know density you will know the volume of the bag.

density is mass divided by /volume so mass is density times volume

Density = Mass/Volume

D = M/V density = mass/volume to solve for one unknown, you need two knowns...so if you know the density and volume, you can calculate weight. the density of water is 1ish, so in that case the weight would be equal to the volume.