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Dividing the mass by the volume results in the density.

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0Quite simply, mass density is mass per unit volume, and weight density is weight per unit volume. So it all comes down to understanding the difference between mass and weight.

As density is mass / volume we can rearrange this to give mass = density * volume hence if you know the density of the material, and it's volume, you can calculate the mass. The density will be in Kilograms per Metre cubed, and the volume in Metres cubed, so the mass comes out in Kilograms.

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Density = Mass/Volume = 78.5/68.3 grams per cm3. You can find the answer to that by using the calculator that comes as part of your computer.

Specific gravity, or weight compared to an equal volume of water.

Density refers to the mass per unit volume in a scientific setting. The word itself comes from the Latin word densitas. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/density

Ethanol (USP grade) has a density of 0.810. From here we have to use the formula: d=m/v, where d is density, m, mass and v, volume. Solving for volume, we have v=m/d, therefore: v= 15/0.810 = 18.52 mL of ethanol are equivalent to 15g.

When it comes to math, "change equally" is about as ambiguous and meaninglessas you can get.If mass and volume are both multiplied or divided by the same factor, thendensity doesn't change.If they change equally in some other innovative way, then it does.

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.

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Thanks to "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Density" for the help on this topic. Its symbol is "p", which comes from the equation p=m/v (p stands for density, m stands for mass, v stands for volume). I would just label it as "density = ------"

The symbol comes from the Greek alphabet.

density is the constant found by dividing the mass (in grams) by the volume in centimeters cubed (sometimes milliliters). other units are possible but are not common in science classes. every substance has a set density, that never changes. the more you have in mass, the same higher proportion of volume comes with it. the density of pure water is 1.000 gram per cm3 the density of copper is 8.960 grams per cm3

No, the pressure is the force exerted by the substance on the walls of its container. The word that comes to mind for "amount of substance in a certain volume" is concentration, though it might also be a somewhat awkward way of describing density.The amount of substance in a certain volume is the density of the substance. Pressure means the force applied in a unit area. So the amount of substance in a certain volume is not the pressure.

Yes, the mind comes from within the brain.

No, it is NOT true. A black hole contains the densest matter in universe - infinite density. It's a black hole because the density is so high that even light cannot escape the gravitational field if it comes close enough. Regular stars bend light, black holes pull it in. There is no object with no density: it would not be an object, it would be absolute empty space: Density = mass / volume, 0 density = 0 mass / x volume : the other equation, 0 density = x mass / 0 volume has no answer in math, it's undefined. To get an answer that means something then the mass has to be 0, and any volume > 0. An object with 0 mass means no object, nothing.

Charles law describes the relationship of pressure, volume and temperature when it comes to gases. If the pressure of a gas is constant, as temperature rises, then volume will increase.

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Yes. As water is heated above 4oC it expands. With this change in volume comes a change in density. Less density means less bouyant force on the object in the water.

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