How can you calculate mass by using volume and density?

1 Answer
Mar 9, 2018

Answer:

Density multiplied by volume.

Explanation:

Density is given by #rho=m/V#

So, rearranging for #m#, we get

#m=rho*V#

So, the mass of a substance is its density multiplied by its volume.

Note that the density and volume can change depending on the temperature and pressure, according to gas laws.