anonymous
  • anonymous
Can someone give me a simple easy to understand definition of density?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
denisty is the amount of mass in a given volume of a substance. density=mass/volume \[\rho=m/v\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
basically it is how much of something in a space. you can think of it like how much things there are in a room. the more things the more compacted and the more dense it is.
hoblos
  • hoblos
example: if density of a substance = 2kg/m^3 => in each m^3 of this substance there is 2Kg mass

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anonymous
  • anonymous
understand?
anonymous
  • anonymous
OH! that makes a lot more sense now, thanks!
anonymous
  • anonymous
:) your welcome
anonymous
  • anonymous
@mitosuki dude help me with my english plz?
anonymous
  • anonymous
density is mass per unit volume .
anonymous
  • anonymous
@pelaskil, ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
you assume 1kg of iron and 1kg wool. what is the volume of iron ? what is the volume of wool ? are they same ? \[\rightarrow\] every things have a density . \[\rho\] = m/v

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