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mass / volume is density.

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No substance can have volume without mass or mass without volume. Milk ... and every other substance we can think of ... has both.



It depends on the volume of milk. A drop of milk will have a different mass to a tankerful.


Mass, volume, density, and temperature are examples of physical properties of milk.


No exact value but you can know the mass of liquid from this relation Denisty=Mass/volume so the mass=Volume*Density ,,, this is the weight of milk you can add the weight of the glass but you must first weigh it on a balance.



A gallon is a measure of volume. To determine the mass in grams of a gallon of milk, you must know the volume and density.A gallon of 2% milk is 3.78L. The density of 2% milk is 1035.55g/L.Unknown:mass in gramsKnown:volume = 3.78Ldensity = 1035.55g/LBasic Equation:density = mass/volumeSolution:mass = density x volume = 1035.55g/L x 3.78L = 3910g (rounded to three significant figures)3910g = 3.910kg = 8.60 pounds


You can't.If I tell you that the volume is "One quart", you still have no idea what the mass is.In fact, there are millions of different things it can be.If the quart volume is full of air, the mass is small.If the quart volume is full of vacuum, its mass is even smaller.If the quart volume is full of milk, its mass is medium.If the quart volume is full of rock, its mass is large.By the way ... if you know the dimensions, you can calculate the volume.Volume and dimensions give the same information.


The total volume of milk does not change, but the volume of milk in the carton decreases and the volume of milk in the bowl increases.


Well, to determine the density of anything, you'd simply have to measure the volume and the mass. Then, you would divide VOLUME / MASS or, if the mass is smaller, MASS / VOLUME. And there is your density.That formula(rule) goes for anything you need to know the density of, not just a simple glass of milk.I hope that helped and you can ask more about how to measure the volume and mass, too.(Mass: Weigh it in GRAMS.)(Volume: Length X Width X Heighth) Thank you for using WikiAnswers! Wiki-wiki away!



First, look at the relationship between milk and cow. You can see that milk comes from the cow. You can think of "comes from the" as the relationship. Now use that same relationship for the next set: Wool comes from the _______. It is evident that the word "sheep" fulfills this relationship nicely.


3 pounds---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Pound is a unit of mass and gallon is a unit of volume !But considering the density of milk approx. 1 g/cm3 and an US gallon the mass is 8,67 pounds.


You need to measure the mass using appropriate equipment. You can measure the volume of a textbook and a container of milk by measuring its linear dimensions and calculating the volume. It is not at all easy to measure the volume of an air balloon. You cannot use displacement of a fluid (water) because when submerged, the balloon would be experiencing water pressure and so would occupy a smaller volume. You cannot measure it by allowing the air to escape and measure that volume of air because that air will no longer be experiencing the pressure exerted by the material (rubber?) of the balloon. I have no answer to this part. Once you have the mass and volume, the density is merely mass/volume.


This depends of many factors: temperature, stirring, geometry of container, volume of water, mass of milk, agglomeration of milk powder.


No. Kilograms are used to measure mass. Liters (and variations of liters, i.e. mL) are used to measure volume.


Milk is measured by volume. It is not measured by weight.


The volume of a glass of milk depends on the size of the cup.


The choice of 'nitrogen' makes this sound like a super-advanced problem inhigher math and science. Before we tackle this one, let's back off and lookat a slightly different problem, from a slightly different angle:What would say is the mass, density, and volume of mud ? And what do youthink is the mass, density, and volume of chocolate milk ?If you think about those for a second, you should realize that the mass andvolume depend on how much of it you have. The same goes for nitrogen.Once you know how much mass you have and how much volume it fills, thedensity is just (mass) divided by (volume).


Dried milk powder has a volume because it takes up space.


the volume of milk when it turns into ice cream decreases as the milk gets thicken by boiling


Milk is adulterated by adding water to increase the volume. The producer buys milk from farmers by volume. A farmer could increase the volume by adding water to get more money from the producer.


Milk protein is molecular mass. This is a tangled mass.


Does not convert; milligrams (mg) and grams are measures of weight or mass and mL (milliliters) is a measure of volume.


Does not convert; milligrams (mg) and grams are measures of weight or mass and mL (milliliters) is a measure of volume.



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