## Needhelpp101 one year ago You make the following measurements of an object – 22 kg and 42 m3. What would the object’s density be? Show your work for credit and include final units.

1. Photon336

$Density = \frac{ mass }{ volume }$

2. Photon336

The density can be measured in; Mass = kilograms Volume = meters^3 there are other units used for density.

3. Photon336

$\frac{ Kilograms}{ Meters ^{3} }$

4. Photon336

@Needhelpp101 does this make sense?

5. Needhelpp101

42/22 = 1.909 QED

6. Photon336

22 = kilograms and that's your mass 42 = your volume in meters cubed. make sure you look at the formula b.c sometimes if you rush in you'll get the wrong answer. the formula says density = mass/volume so 22kg/42m^3 = your density

7. Needhelpp101

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