Mass per unit of volume is called the density of the material.
It's call the volume. Not area, the volume.
Volume is the amount of space something takes up.
volumeVolume is the answer you seek.
Volume is the amount of space that something occupies.
The amount of space occupied by a body is called its volume. Mass is the amount of metter in a body whereas volume is the amount of space a body occupies.
The relationship between the temperature and volume of a gas is called Charles's Law. A link is provided.
They are exactly the same amount
Density = Mass/Volume
The volume IS an amount of space, so I am not sure what you mean.
Mass is the measurement of the amount of physical stuff that something is made of.Volume is the measurement of the amount of space that something occupies.
mass is the amount of matter that something has in it ..... And volume is that amount of space it takes up by.... alejandro gomez
The amount of space that something takes up is volume. The International System of Units (SI) unit for volume is the cubic meter.
The Volume is the amount of space something takes up .And I know that for a fact.
"Volume" means the amount of space that something occupies. "Density" means the mass of something divided by its volume.
Mass/volume is called density.
No, volume is the amount of space something takes up.
The amount of matter in a given volume of space is called density. Units for this quantity are commonly expressed as mass divided by volume.
That is called "density".
Mass is the amount of matter in an object, while volume is the amount of spacesomething takes up.
Mass divided by volume is called density.
Mass is the amount of matter that something is made up of, and volume is the amount of space that something takes up. You could divide volume by mass to get the density of an object. :) hope i helped
That would generally be called it's "volume"
No relationship at all. But there is a definite and direct relationship between theamount of water than an object displaces and the object's volume.