density = mass/volume = 50g/4.5mL = 11g/mL
Note: the fact that they are barely floating means that the person's density is equal to the density of water. Given: density of water = 1kg/litre Let V be the volume of the person. We want densityperson = densitywater => 50kg/V=1kg/litre =>V=50 litres Therefore the volume of the person is 50 litres.
if the volume is 50: 1.006 (gml) if the volume is 100: .9 (g/ml) if the volume is 150: .9( g/ml) if the volume is 200: .9 (g/ml)
What metal? There are great variations in density, between different metals - some of them being about 40-50 times denser than others. Choose a metal, look up its density, then use the formula: density = mass / volume. Solving for volume: volume = mass / density.
Density is defined as mass / volume. Solving for mass: mass = density x volume In other words, all you have to do is multiply the density times the volume, to get the mass. Answer:0.8 mg
Well, first of all, you can never say that a volume is larger or smaller than a mass.Volume and mass are different physical quantities, they have different physicaldimensions, described in different units, and can't be compared or converted.When you talk about comparing a volume to a mass, the only thing you can compareis the numbers, but you have to remember that neither of them is just a number.In order to become a volume or a mass, the number needs to have a unit too.A 'density' is a mass divided by a volume. If the mass number is bigger than thevolume number, then the density number is more than ' 1 ' . If the mass numberis less than the volume number, then the density number is less than ' 1 '.But it doesn't mean anything. The same substance can give you a density morethan 1 or less than 1. It just depends on the units you use for mass or for volume.Let's say I have a lump of stuff in my hand. OK ? It doesn't matter what substance it is.Its mass is 50 grams, and its volume is 80 cubic centimeters. What's the density ?-- The density is 0.625 grams/cubic centimeter-- The density is 0.000625 kilogram/cubic centimeter-- The density is 625 grams/liter-- The density is 625 kilograms/cubic meter-- The density is 625,000 grams/cubic meterDensity can be a tiny number, a gigantic number, or in between. It just depends onthe units you use. The actual density doesn't change, and the object doesn't knowthat anything is happening, because the mass doesn't change, and the volume doesn'tchange. You're just changing the units of measure.
Density = Mass Density = 100g/50 cm. Density = 2g/cm3---------Volume.
the mass is the 50 grams you probably need the volume volume = mass / density get the density from tables
Density = Mass/Volume = 100/50 kg/cc = 2 kg/cc
Density = Mass/Volume ... in this case:50 gm/10 ml = 5 gm/ml
The density is 50/10 = 5.0 grammes per millilitre.
You cannot. Density = Mass/Volume. You have only volume, no mass and so there is no way to determine density.
Density = Mass/Volume = 150g / 50cm3 = 150/50 g per cm3 = 3 g per cm3
Density = mass/volume , so 200/50 = 4 g / cubic cm.
You cannot associate weight with volume without knowing the density. If you find this out, then Density is mass/volume
You need to specify the units of mass and volume.
mass = density * volume density = 0.7 g/mL = 700 g/L volume = 50 L mass = 700 g/L * 50 L = 35,000 g = 35kg
The density is 50 lbs/yards3