Make sure the volume is in milliliter units and then multiply it by the density of the cube and you will get the mass of the object in grams. That is because density=grams/milliliters, so grams=density•milliliters
This cube has a density of 1,000 g/cm3
Multiply the density (gm cm3) by the volume of the cube (cm3).
Its density is 2g/cms3
The formula for density is mass/volume.mass = 10 gramsvolume = 3m3density = 10 g /3m3 = 3.333 g/m3
10 grams/ cc. That is 10 times more dense than water.
Density = mass/volume Density of the cube = 8g/2cm3 = 4g/cm3
If you do the math, the Formula for Density is Mass / Volume. Density = Mass Volume Density = 50 5 Density = 10 g/ml Therefore your density of the cube is 10g/ml ... 99.99% sure this is the correct formula and solution. Hope this helps. :)
The density is simply 10 grams per litre. The bit about "a mass of 50 grams" is irrelevant to the calculation of density.
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 units of density are mass/volume, or in your case grams/cubic cm density = 50 grams / 112 cubic cm = 0.4464 grams/cubic cm
Density = Mass/Volume = 2.7 grams per cm3
It ranges from 0.6 to 0.9 grams per cm3.
Depends on what it is. Like density of 10 grams of flowers would be different than 10 grams of lead. Need more information.
8 grams divided by 4 cubic centimeters indicates a density of 2 grams per cubic centimeter.
Sugar cubes are made of sucrose, or C12H22O11. Assuming a cube made of pure sucrose, the density would be 1.59 grams per cubic centimeter.
The density is determined by dividing the mass by the volume, or mass/volume. It is often grams per cubic centimeter.
2.563 kg per millimetre cube
It could be anything you wish.
You need to multiply the volume, by the density of copper.
density = mass / volume volume of cube = 1cm x 1cm x 1cm = 1cm3 density = 0.8g / 1cm3 = 0.8g/cm3