Extended Response Questions for Test

Be sure to be able to mathematically figure out which objects are denser. Tell us how to figure out density and provide an example problem

 
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Be sure to be able to mathematically figure out which objects are denser. Tell us how to figure out density and provide an example problem
by Noah Sanchez - Tuesday, 18 December 2012, 11:02 AM
 

Page 38 and 36! To calculate density you use the formula Density = Mass/volume

Which means you divide mass by volume to get the density of an object.

                                                                                                                                 

so, say if jerome has a object with a mass of 36 grams  and a volume of 12 cm3

the density is three G/cm3

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Re: Be sure to be able to mathematically figure out which objects are denser. Tell us how to figure out density and provide an example problem
by Ben Gericke - Tuesday, 18 December 2012, 11:08 AM
 

3/4..if you have 2 objects...how do you determine which one is denser?

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Re: Be sure to be able to mathematically figure out which objects are denser. Tell us how to figure out density and provide an example problem
by Noah Sanchez - Wednesday, 19 December 2012, 10:51 AM
 

You stick the object in water and mesure how much the water rises and do that for

the other object and which ever makes the water rise more is more dense

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Re: Be sure to be able to mathematically figure out which objects are denser. Tell us how to figure out density and provide an example problem
by Ben Gericke - Wednesday, 19 December 2012, 10:53 AM
 

I am talking mathematically...which one would be more dense?