Density is the mass per unit volume of any object. It is calculated by dividing the mass of an object by its volume. The volume of objects can be worked out by multiplying height by length by width.
What is density?
How do we calculate density?
What are the units of density?
What do we use to measure the volume of oddly shaped objects?
What does not normally change much when substances melt?
How do we calculate volume?
How will we know if a substance is less dense than water?
What is the density of water?
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What happens to the least dense of two immiscible liquids?