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2014-11-08T21:59:01+08:00
DENSITY is a physical property of matter, as each element and compound has a unique density associated with it. Density defined in a qualitative manner as the measure of the relative "heaviness" of objects with a constant volume.
 d=m/v
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DENSITY IS A MEASURE BY DIVIDING THE MASS AND PER UNIT VOLUME.


DENSITY CAN BE SOLVED BY USING THIS FORMULA:

  P=M / V       (P=  M OVER V)

WHERE, P IS THE DENSITY, M THE MASS, V  THE VOLUME

EX:

THE MASS OF STEEL IS 5.5 g AND THE VOLUME IS 3cm³. WHAT WOULD BE THE DENSITY OF STEEL.

P= ?
M=5.5 g
V=3cm³

so, 5.5 g DIVIDED BY 3 cm³ IS EQUAL TO 1.833 g/cm³

THEREFORE, THE DENSITY OF STEEL IS 1.833 g/cm³

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