The formula for density is mass/volume.
mass = 10 grams
volume = 3m3
density = 10 g /3m3 = 3.333 g/m3
10g/cm3; Density equals mass divided by volume
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. :)
Density is mass/volume so 10g/15cm^3 = .667 g/cm^3
Density is mass divided by volume, so 10g divided by 4ml gives you 2.5 grams per liter (g/l)
The density is 2.5 g/mL
Density is just mass per volume (usually g/mL). Take the specified mass, and then just divide it by the specified volume. For example, if you have 10g of a liquid with volume of 5mL, its density is (10g)/(5mL) = 2g/mL.
The object has a density of about 0.094 g/mL
density = mass/volume = 10/2 =5 g/ml or 5g/cubic cm
D = m:v (density equals mass divided by volume) D = 10:5 = 2
10g/ml. Density is the mass of an object per unit of volume.
5cm2 is not a volume measurement, it is an area measurement. I'm going to assume you meant 5cm3, which is a volume measurement. density = mass/volume = 50g/5cm3 = 10g/cm3
10 g of hexane has a higher volume because the density is lower.
Density is mass/volume. For a rectangular block, the volume is [width x height x length].Assuming you meant 10 cm for width, instead of 10g, then:Volume = (10 cm)*(2 cm)*(10 cm) = 200 cm3Density = mass/volume = (200 g)/(200 cm3) = 1 g/cm3
100 g / 10cm^3 = 10g/cm^3
depends on how thick it is.
Need more information too answer. Chloroform has greater molar mass.
Weigh the piece of maple (you've indicated it is about 10 grams) Completely submerge it in a liquid and measure the volume of liquid displaced Density = mass/(volume displaced) or about 10g/(volume displaced)
Density = grams/milliliters Density = 10 g/10 ml = 1.0 g/ml
D=M/V what is te\he volume
Determine the density of the sand. Determine the mass of the sand, and it's volume. Divide the mass by the volume and that gives you density. Then divide the sand's density by the density of water. That will give you the specific gravity of the sand. Because you divide densities, the units cancel out, and specific gravity does not have any units. For example, you determine the density of the sand to be 10g/cm3, and the density of pure water is known to be 1g/cm3. Divide 10g/cm3 by 1g/cm3. The g/cm3 cancel, and you are left with just the number 10. So in this example the specific gravity of sand is 10.
If the density of toluene at 20 0C is 0,87 g/mL the volume of 10 g is 11,49 mL.
10g of pure water has a volume of 10ml, at STP
We need to calculate the volume of a metal from the density to be sure. Density of pure gold = 19.3  g·cm-3Density of pure lead = 11.34  g·cm-3The volume of 20 g of gold = mass/density = 20 [g] / 19.3  g·cm-3 = 1.036 cm3 The volume of 10 g of lead = mass/density = 10 [g] / 11.34  g·cm-3 = 0.882 cm3 Hence, the volume of 20 g of gold is slightly greater than that of 10 g of lead. =========================
Diameter = 5 cm so volume = 4/3*Ï€*(d/2)3 = 65.45 cm3 Then density = 10/64.45 = 0.1528 grams per cm3
To calculate volume out of mass you'll need the density figures of both compounds:Hexane 0.6548 g/mLToluene 0.8669 g/mL (20 °C)Volume of 10.0 grams: (divide mass (g) by density (g/mL) )Hexane 10 g / 0.6548 g/mL = 15.27 mLToluene 10 g / 0.8669 g/mL = 11.54 mLSo, the volume of (10 g) hexane is 32% greaterthan of the same amount of toluene