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# The Definitions and Differences in Mass, Volume and Density

Do you know how to figure out the volume of a cardboard-box Do you know the density of your favorite book Do you know what mass is In my essay I am going to tell you all about these things and more The first things that you need to know are the definitions of mass volume and density The definition of mass provided by Dictionarycom is The measure of the quantity of matter that a body or object contains The definition of volume provided by Websters Collegiate Dictionary is The measured amount that a container or other object can hold cubic capacity The definition of density provided by Websters Collegiate Dictionary is The average number of inhabitants dwellings or the like per unit of area Now that you know the definitions to those terms we can continue Now that you know the definitions of the terms I will be using in this essay I will tell you how to find the mass of an object To find the mass of an object scales are very useful For a small item like a paperback book a small meat scale is fine When you have weighed your object convert what you got into grams if you didnt measure in grams Now you have the mass of your object Remember mass is the amount of matter that something contains On earth we measure the mass of an object by weighing something It would actually have the same mass on the moon yet it would weigh less because the moon has less gravity than on Earth So now you want to know how to find the volume of an object like a rectangular prism To find the volume of a quadrilateral a four-sided figure you have to use a simple formula The formula is VL x W x H This means that to find the volume of a quadrilateral you have to multiply the length of

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