The mathematical formula for mass is mass = density x volume. To calculate the mass of an object, you must first know its density and its volume. More »

Depending on the variables given, such as force, density or weight, there are three formulas that one can use to find mass. If a weight and acceleration are given, then the formula to find mass is that the weight 'W' is ... More »

There are two formulas that may be used to calculate mass: mass is equal to the volume of an object multiplied by its density (m=v*d) and mass is equivalent to an object's weight divided by the acceleration of gravity (m... More »

The formula for density, which is mass divided by volume, can be manipulated to have the volume as the unknown. Given the mass and the density, the volume can be found by dividing the mass by the density. More »

The conversion of milligrams to milliliters is dependent on density and can be found using the formula volume = mass/density, where the volume is in milliliters, the mass in milligrams and the density in milligrams per m... More »

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The mass of an object is the amount of matter it contains while volume is the amount of space it takes up. Mass should not be confused with weight, which is the measure of the gravitational force on an object. More »

The density of a pencil varies based on the type of pencil, but it can be found by measuring the pencil's mass, preferably in grams, and then dividing the mass by the volume. The formula for density is density = mass/vol... More »