Density = Mass/Volume = 17/4 = 4.25 grams per cm3
8 grams divided by 4 cubic centimeters indicates a density of 2 grams per cubic centimeter.
This depends on: the volume of the cube, the density of the metal, the atomic weight of the metal.
The volume of a cube equals its side length cubed. In this case it is 4cm3 which gives a volume of 64cm3
The volume of a cube is x3 where x is the side length. Therefore the volume of half a cube would be x3/2. For instance, if the side length of a cube was 2cm, the volume of one half would be 23/2 which comes out at 4cm3
Different metals have different densities, so to find the density either the type of metal or both the size and mass of the cube must be provided. Density is mass divided by volume.
Density = mass/volume = 16.3/(1.42)3 = 5.693 gram/cm3(rounded)
Density= mass/volume 25/10 = 2.5 g/cm3
The formula for density: density = mass / volume. Volume of a cube = edge3 You could then need to find the mass of the cube and substitute the values into the density formula.
If its mass is 0.6 g and its volume is 1 cm3 , then its density is 0.6 g per cm3 .
Multiply the volume of the cube by its density.
Well its quite easy: Density=Mass/Volume Volume=Mass/Density SO if mass and density of a cube are given you can easily find its volume.
Mass = volume x densityYou need the density of the type of brass involved.The volume of a cube is l3.
Density = mass/volume Density of the cube = 8g/2cm3 = 4g/cm3
Cannot be answered without knowing the size of the cube!If the cube were 1 cm on a side the density would be 60.If the cube were 10 cm on a side the density would be 0.06...We cannot determine the answer because we are not given the volume.Density= mass/volumeVolume of a cube=L3 ; where L = side length
That completely depends on the volume of the cube.
Volume = Length x Width x Height, for a cube and Density = Mass / Volume.
You measure its mass and volume and then density = mass/volume.
This cube has a density of 1,000 g/cm3
Density = Mass/Volume Volume of cube=5cmx5cmx5cm=125cm3 So 30g/125cm3=0.24g/cm3
The density is(mass of the cube)/(15.625)
Depends what metal. If I might add to the above, you cannot calculate the density of a substance without knowing its mass (weight) and its volume, since density is mass per unit volume. On the other hand, if you know the type of metal, and that it is pure, you can simply look up the density in a table since the density of all substances is constant for that substance, regardless of the weight or volume of the sample.
This question cannot be answered without knowing the mass of the cube. Also, the volume of the cube cannot be 8 cm which is a linear measure.
The density of an object is its mass divided by its volume. Without the volume, you cannot calculate its density.
Density = (mass) / (volume)= (357 gm) / (3.01 cm)3= 13.091 gram per cm3