What is the density of an object whose mass is #25# #g# and whose volume is #10# #cm^3#? Chemistry Measurement Density 1 Answer fruity · Stefan V. Mar 15, 2017 Answer: The answer is #"2.5 g/cm"^3#. Explanation: Density is mass in grams over volume in cubic centimeters. So it is #"25 g"/"10 cm"^3 = "2.5 g/cm"^3# The unit is grams per cubic centimeter. NB - density can also be kilograms over cubic meters Hope this helps! Related questions How can density be used to identify substances? How can you find mass from density? How are density mass and volume related? How do you calculate mass using density and volume? How do you convert mass to density? How do you determine the density of a gas? What is the density of water? What is linear mass density? Why does density change with temperature? How does density affect ocean currents? See all questions in Density Impact of this question 5299 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License