Are you in need of finding the density of a substance from its mass and volume? This calculator will easily help you calculate the density using only these two values.

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**Why is Mass?**

Mass is the amount of matter in an object. Mass shows how much the object resists changes in motion. Mass is usually measured in kilograms or grams.

**Why is Volume?**

Volume is the amount of space an object takes up. Volume shows the capacity of an object and is measured in cubic meters, liters, or cubic centimeters.

**Why is Density?**

Density tells us how much mass is in a certain volume. Density is the ratio of mass to volume, often measured in kilograms per cubic meter or grams per cubic centimeter.

*High density means a lot of matter is packed into a space, and low density means the matter is more spread out.*

**How to Use**

- Enter the volume along with its unit in the first input box.
- Provide the mass of the substance along with its unit in the second input box.
- The calculator will then display the density based on the input values in the third input box.

**What is the Formula to Calculate Density Using Mass and Volume?**

The density of an object can be calculated by using a simple mathematical formula if we know the mass and volume of an object.

where:

*ρ*= Density of an object.- m = Mass of an object.
- V = Volume of an object.

**How to Find Density With Mass and Volume**

If you want to find the value of density without using this calculator, you can easily do it; you just need the values of volume and mass of a substance. Using the formula above, you can find the density of a substance. We will look at an easy example to help you understand the calculations.

**Example : **

A sample of precious mineral with a volume of 100 cm³ and a mass of 250 grams. Find the density of this mineral?

**Solution : **

Using the formula,

**density ( ρ)** = mass (m)

**÷**

**volume (V)**

density = 250

**100**

**÷**density = 2.5 gram/ cubic centimeter

**Therefore, the density of the substance is 2.5 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm ^{3}).**