Need to find the mass, density or volume of a substance? This simple calculator can effortlessly compute any of these values based on the other two.

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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 Mass Volume Density Calculator**

- To use the mass-volume-density calculator, first select from the dropdown menu what you want to find.
- According to your selection, input the required fields along with their specific units, and the calculator will calculate the mass, volume, or density based on the inputs.

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

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

where:

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

The above formula can be modified to calculate the volume of an object.

where:

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

Furthermore, the formula can also be modified to find out the density of an object.

where:

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

**How to Find Volume with Density and Mass?**

To find the volume when you have the density and mass of an object, you can use the formula:

- Identify the mass (m) of the object. This is usually given in kilograms (kg) or grams (g).
- Identify the density (
*ρ*) of the object. This is usually given in kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m³) or grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³). - Divide the mass by the density to find the volume (V).

### Example Calculation :

- If the mass (m) of an object is 500 grams (g).
- And the density (
*ρ*) is 2 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³).

Using the above formula:

V = ^{m}/_{ρ }

V = ^{500}/_{2 }

V = 250 cm³

Thus, the volume of the object would be 250 cubic centimeters (cm³).

**How To Find Density With Mass and Volume?**

To find the density when you have the volume and mass of an object, you can use the formula:

- Identify the mass (m) of the object. This is usually given in kilograms (kg) or grams (g).
- Identify the volume (V) of the object. This is usually given in cubic meters (m³) or cubic centimeters (cm³).
- Divide the mass by the volume to find the density (D).

### Example Calculation

- If the mass (m) of an object is 600 grams (g).
- And the volume (V) is 300 cubic centimeters (cm³).

Using the formula:

_{ρ} = ^{m}/_{V }

_{ρ} = ^{600}/_{300 }

_{ρ} = 2 g/cm³

Thus, the density of the object would be 2 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³).

**How To Find Mass With Density and Volume?**

To find the mass when you have the density and volume of an object, you can use the formula:

- Identify the density (
*ρ*) of the object. This is usually given in kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m³) or grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³). - Identify the volume (V) of the object. This is usually given in cubic meters (m³) or cubic centimeters (cm³).
- Multiply the density by the volume to find the mass (m).

### Example Calculation

- If the density (
*ρ*) of an object is 3 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³). - And the volume (V) is 200 cubic centimeters (cm³).

Using the formula:

m = V **×**_{ρ }

m = 3 **×** 200

m = 600 g

Thus, the mass of the object would be 600 grams.