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Answered 2012-09-21 17:13:07

No. Each piece of the cube would have the same density.

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If a cube of jello is cut into two pieces the density of the pieces do not change.


equal the density of any other piece, assuming that the original cube was made of the same uniform substance.


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



If you put a ice cube in a pan in a warm room the two physical properties that will change would be shape. Another property would be density.


If the mass of the cube is 96 g, what is the density of the cube material?


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 melting of sugar would be a physical change. Had you burned a sugar cube, it would be a chemical change.


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.


That depends on the density of the material in the cube. It would be different if, say, the cube were made of ice, iron, or gold.


Using the formula density = mass/volume. Take one ice cube, quickly weigh it, and then drop it into a measuring cylinder already filled with a quantity of water. record the change in volume, which is the volume of the ice cube. To calculate the density, calculate as follows: mass of ice cube / volume = density in grams/cm3


A density of 2.5 grams per cubic centimeter means a 20 gram cube would be 7.41 cubic centimeters. This indicates that each side of the cube would be 1.949 cm long.


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The shape of an object is not enough to calculate its density. You also need its mass and then Density = Mass/Volume.


The density is (32)/(the length of each edge of the cube)3


Multiply the volume of the cube by its density.


I would expect it to have more or less the same density, since it is made of the same material.


If you know it's volume (size) then the answer is to weigh it



If the volume is halved, without change in mass, the density will be doubled.


Density = Mass/Volume, whatever the shape. So, if the masses are the same, the density is greater when the volume id smaller. Thus the sphere, with the smaller volume has the greater density.


Yes. Ice is less dense than water, which is why it floats.



B/c the density of the ice cube is greater than the density of the air.




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