Density is found by dividing Mass by volume where mass is in grams and volume is in milliliters. 20 liters=20,000 ml so the calculation becomes 158/20,000 which yiels a result of .0079
The idea is to divide the mass by the volume.
The metal's density is 7.9 g/mL
The metal's density is about 8.9 g/L
Given that the volume=95.7cm3 ,density=9.3gcm3, mass=? .But density=mass per unit volume.hence mass=density times volume, substituting for density and volume, mass=95.7 times 9.3=890.01g
158/20 = 7.9 g/ml density
To find the density, you determine the volume and then you determine the mass (weight) of that SAME volume. The density is then given as mass/volume.
6 mL = 6 cc (cubic centimetres). Density = Mass/Volume = 57/6 = 9.5 g/cc
density = mass / Volume Volume = mass / density mass = density * Volume So you take line number 2 and calculate. Please DO mind the units!!
Density is the mass of the object divided by its volume. By this principle, to determine the density of a metal, place the metal onto a scale to measure its mass. After this, place the metal into a beaker of water and measure the volume change in the beaker. Divide the mass by the volume and you get the density.
Density = Mass/Volume. Without information about the volume it is not ossible to answer the question.
A sample of an unknown metal has a mass of 35.4g and a volume of 3.11cm^3. The metal is Lead.
The density is defined as the mass per volume unit. Density= mass/volume So simply, the density of that metal would be 4.0g/1.5cm3=2.7g/cm3
Density = mass/volume volume = 20mL = .02L mass = 54g = .054Kg Density = .054/.02L
The basic formula for density is density = mass/volume. If you have mass and density, you can manipulate the formula so that volume = density x mass.
You divide the mass and the volume
density = mass / volume =190 / 20 =9.5g/cm3
density = mass/volume density = 15/20 = 3/4 units/ml
density = mass / volume mass = density * volume volume = mass / density
Density = Mass/Volume = 13.6 g/cm3
the density of the unknown metal is 8900g/mL d=m/v d=178000g/20.0mL=8900g/mL OR scientific notation and sig figs = 8.90x103g/mL
Density = Mass/Volume so Volume = Mass/Density. That is, Vol = 1.5 g/2.3 g/ml = 0.652 ml approx.
What metal? There are great variations in density, between different metals - some of them being about 40-50 times denser than others. Choose a metal, look up its density, then use the formula: density = mass / volume. Solving for volume: volume = mass / density.