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To me, you can find volume from 2 items showing weight?

What is the volume of an object that has mass of 0 33g and density of 10...

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Hi,

Density is mass divided by volume.

Mass of the Sun is 1.989E30 kg, in exponential notation, where we have to move the decimal, in this case, 30 places to the right.

16 times the mass of the sun is 31.824E30 kg or 3.1824E31 kg.

Volume of the disk is 4/3 pi r ^ 3, where ^ means raised to the power of.

First, we have to take the diameter of 3000km and divide by 2 to get a radius of 1,500km. I get a volume of 14137166941.15 or 1.4137E10 km^3.

Now, dividing the mass by the volume, we get the density.

Good luck.

Paul

Density is mass divided by volume.

Mass of the Sun is 1.989E30 kg, in exponential notation, where we have to move the decimal, in this case, 30 places to the right.

16 times the mass of the sun is 31.824E30 kg or 3.1824E31 kg.

Volume of the disk is 4/3 pi r ^ 3, where ^ means raised to the power of.

First, we have to take the diameter of 3000km and divide by 2 to get a radius of 1,500km. I get a volume of 14137166941.15 or 1.4137E10 km^3.

Now, dividing the mass by the volume, we get the density.

Good luck.

Paul

Jun 06, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

If by 'intel' you really mean 'internal' then......7 ml

Sep 10, 2014 | Google Chrome

Divide the mass by the volume to get 2.5 g/cm^3.

Dec 03, 2013 | Pro Taper ProTaper 024872 Pt Tri Density...

Let 5 be 5 grams (g)

Density =mass/volume =(5 g)/(2 cm^3)=**2.5 g/cm^3**

Density =mass/volume =(5 g)/(2 cm^3)=

Dec 03, 2013 | Pro Taper ProTaper 024872 Pt Tri Density...

Density =mass/volume =(5 g)/(2 cm^3)=**2.5 g/cm^3**

Dec 03, 2013 | Pro Taper ProTaper 024872 Pt Tri Density...

density is defined as the ratio of the mass of a substance to the volume occupied by that substance.

To represent density one use the Greek letter RHO (looks like a rounded p)

**RHO= mass/volume**

Unit of density is gram/ cm^3 or kg/m^3

**Relative density is the ratio of the density of a substance to the density of pure water (at about 4 degrees Celsius**). In this relation both densities must be expressed in the same units.

To represent density one use the Greek letter RHO (looks like a rounded p)

Unit of density is gram/ cm^3 or kg/m^3

Nov 17, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

why is it a problem,bryan.

Aug 29, 2013 | Ignatia Homaccord 50 milliliters

A cubic foot is a unit of volume. A pound can be a unit od mass (weight) or a currency. Either way a volume cannot be converted into a mass nor a currency.

If you are doing homework read carefully the question to figure out what substance they are talking about.

Once you know the substance look up its density or specific gravity and do the calculation

mass (in pouunds) =density (in pounds per cubic foot) * volume (in cubic feet)

As you see, if you know the density (specific gravity) in pounds per cubic foot, you can calculate the mass of any volume of that substance (in cubic feet).

And please, never try to convert a volume into a mass.

If you are doing homework read carefully the question to figure out what substance they are talking about.

Once you know the substance look up its density or specific gravity and do the calculation

mass (in pouunds) =density (in pounds per cubic foot) * volume (in cubic feet)

As you see, if you know the density (specific gravity) in pounds per cubic foot, you can calculate the mass of any volume of that substance (in cubic feet).

And please, never try to convert a volume into a mass.

Aug 23, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

The density is the mass divided by the volume. Divide 405 by 0.15 to get the density in kg/cubic-meter.

May 23, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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