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Mass, Volume, and Density

How does mass and volume affect density?

Alberto Ramirez Gonzalez

on 7 September 2012

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Transcript of Mass, Volume, and Density

How does mass and volume affect an object's density? That space does not change anywhere in the universe. Volume is the space an object uses. Therefore, the density of an object does not changes in every planet. Density=Mass/Volume Formula For example, air particles are not nearly as compressed together as water particles, who are not as compressed as steel particles. Mass is how much matter there is on an object. Fun Fact: Any object that has lower density than water, which is 1.0ml/cm2 , will float. Lower density than water. Higher density than water <Since each cube is made of steel and the other of <aluminum, their density is different, even though they're the same size. Volume=Length x Width x Height L W H Each object of the same material has the same density, no matter their Volume and Mass. <However, since the plate is also steel, the steel <cube and slate have the same density. Density The density will always be the same, in this case, 7.8, because it is the same material. Mass/Volume=Density, in this case always 7.8 The End! Matter is anything that takes up space, and you can touch, feel, or smell. Density is how close are particles packed together. The more compressed the particles are, the higher the density is. Weight, in Earth, is the same as mass. however, weight is calculated in Newtons, and changes depending on where in the universe it is. Weight For example, a person can weight 120 pounds in earth, but in the moon, where gravity is 1/6 as weak, they wight 20 pounds. Weight does NOT affect density at all! Density
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