NOBODY IN CHEMISTRY/BIOLOGY PLZ HELP If the shape of an object is irregular, like a stone, how can you measure its volume?

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NOBODY IN CHEMISTRY/BIOLOGY PLZ HELP If the shape of an object is irregular, like a stone, how can you measure its volume?

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Water displacement
Hint: use an overflow can.
because you measure the volume of water before the object is put into the water

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and after the object is in the water then subtract the 2 volumes
ok.. can you help with another easy one?
Does that make sense?
Sure
How is the density of a substance calculated?
Well you need the mass and the volume
What do you think you do next
I dont know, divide?
Yes an easy way to remember density is \[\frac{ M }{ V } \] which kind of looks like a heart if you write it out
lol okay.
Is that it?
yep, thanks!!
Np
Note: All the above discussions refer to a sinking object. Procedure is different if object floats on the fluid!

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