# Density

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- Created on: 14-12-16 18:53

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- Density
- equations
- density = mass/volume
- to get the volume of a irregular shaped object, you can uses a displacement can.
- volume = base x width x height

- what is the density of an object?
- density is a measure of how much mass there is in an object per unit volume
- it is measured in:g/cm(cubed)

- example
- if an object had a mass of 20 g and a volume of 2 cm(cubed). what is the density
- density = M/V = 20/2 = 10g/cm(cubed)

- if an object had a density of 13 g/cm(cubed) and a volume of 4cm(cubed). what is the mass
- mass= density x volume= 13x4= 52 g

- if an object had a mass of 20 g and a volume of 2 cm(cubed). what is the density

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