 # The steps how to calculate mass, volume, and density

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The steps how to calculate mass, volume, and density

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How do you calculate density? How do you calculate the volume of an object using the Water Displacement Method? How do you calculate the mass of the liquid? How do you calculate volume of a solid cube?

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How do you calculate density
Write this on the top of flap part!!! D= Density M= Mass V= Volume Density = mass volume

How do you calculate density Write this information in the middle!!
Ex: An objects has a mass of 30g and volume 15mL in out Density = mass volume Density = 30g 15mL = 2g/mL 2 30 Write this information in the middle!!

How do you calculate the mass of the liquid
Steps: Find the total mass of the empty graduated cylinder or beaker using the triple beam balance. Record the mass. Pour the liquid in the graduated cylinder or beaker and place it on the triple beam balance. Record the mass. Subtract the mass of the empty graduated cylinder or beaker from the recorded mass with the liquid. Write this information on the flap part!!!

How do you calculate the mass of the liquid
Ex: Graduated cylinder mass 102g Graduated cylinder mass with the liquid 133g 133g 102g 31g is the mass of the Liquid. Write this information in the inside part!!!

How do you calculate volume of a solid cube?
Formula to calculate volume of a solid cube is: V= L x W x h Or Volume = Length x Width x Height Write this information on the flap part!!!

How do you calculate volume of a solid cube?
Write this information in the inside part!!! Height = 2 cm Width = 2 cm Length = 2 cm V= L x W x h V= 2cm x 2cm x 2cm = 8cm 3

Write this information on the flap part!!!
How do you calculate volume of a object using the Water Displacement Method? Steps: Measure the beginning water level of the graduated cylinder. Place the object in the graduated cylinder Write the new measurement of the water level. Subtract your beginning water level from your ending water level. Write this information on the flap part!!!

How do you calculate volume of a object using the Water Displacement Method?
300 mL 200 mL 100 mL Ending Water Level -Beginning Water Level Volume of the object departments.jordandistrict.org  Volume of the object is 100 mL Write this information in the inside part!!!

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