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I have a small question...
I am a senior in high school, and I am having a problem comprehending the formula for calculating the density of a solid sphere. I was wondering if anyone would be able to help me out.
So you need to measure the sphere's mass on a scale, then measure it's diameter, divide by 2 to get radius, and compute volume per the formula given above.
What problem are you having? Can you be more specific?
I actually had a question....
how would u solve a problem if the mass of a plastic ball was given with its density. How can u calculate the volume?
Any help is appreciated. Thank u.
I actually had a question....
how would u solve a problem if the mass of a plastic ball was given with its density. How can u calculate the volume?
Any help is appreciated. Thank u.
Divide the mass by the density
(make sure the mass is measured using the same mass units as are in the numerator of density.)
I know how to use the equation for finding the density of a sphere.my proble is that my diameter is 0.5mm.so shud I convert to SI units or leave it in mm?because after that I have to work out viscocity.thank you
I know how to use the equation for finding the density of a sphere.my proble is that my diameter is 0.5mm.so shud I convert to SI units or leave it in mm?because after that I have to work out viscocity.thank you
Do you know what units are expected for the density? (in the viscosity formula) You can work it out in any units and convert afterward, but it is easier to convert first to the mass units you want in the numerator and the length units you want (cubed) in the denominator.
this is fairly simple to do
say you where calculating the density of the earth first you would have to find the volume of the earth which is 26682593.6
then the formula for denstity which is density=mass ×volume
mass = 5.97×10 to the power of 24
ta -da!!!!!!!!!
this is fairly simple to do
say you where calculating the density of the earth first you would have to find the volume of the earth which is 26682593.6
then the formula for denstity which is density=mass ×volume
mass = 5.97×10 to the power of 24
ta -da!!!!!!!!!
i was sitting in the iss room and could not figure out how to get the density and neither could he so everyone who explained it thank you you guys were a big help
cylindrical vessel of 12 cm dia contains some water.if a spherical
ball of 6 cm dia is completely submerged in the water.find the risein
the levelof water in the vessel.
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