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# Density Calculator

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## Density Calculator - d=m/v

Density Calculator computes the density (d= m/v), mass (m =dv), and volume (v = m/d). The above advanced online density calculator is useful in calculating mass (m), volume (v), and density (d) with steps.

## What is the Density?

Density is a measure of how much mass is contained in a given unit volume (density = mass/volume). Density is defined as its mass per unit volume. The SI unit of density is kilogram per cubic meter (kg/m^{3}). In other words, density is defined in a qualitative manner as the measure of the relative "heaviness" of objects with a constant volume.

**Notation**

Density is denoted by the symbol ‘d’. Density is a physical property of matter, as each element and compound has a unique density associated with it. A measure of how much matter is in a certain volume is termed density.

## Density Formula

Density:**d = m/v**

Mass:**m =dv**

Volume:**v = m/d**

**Where,**

- d = Density,
- m = Mass,
- v = Volume

## How to find the density?

**Example:**

Calculate the Density when mass and volume are known.

Mass (m) = 25 kg

Volume (v) = 15 m3

**Solution:**

**Apply Formula:**

d = m/v

d = 25/15

d = 1.67 kg/m^{3}**Density (d) = 1.67 kg/m ^{3}**

## How to find volume with density and mass?

When v and m are known.

Density (d) = 1.67 kg/m^{3}

mass (m) = 25 kg

v = m/d

v = 15 m^{3}.

The equation d = d equals start fraction m over v end fraction. can be used to calculate the density, d, of an object with mass, m, and volume, v. which is an equivalent equation solved for v?

The given equation is d = m/v. (mass over volume)

Multiply both sides by V

d*V = (m/V)*V

dV = m**V = m/d**

**References: **

- Density by GCSE Physics (Single Science) Revision - BBC Bitesize.
- what are the Examples of Density by Examples.yourdictionary.com.
- What is Density? Density Formula by toppr.com
- Define Density with Examples. Softschools.com