Posted by **Anne** on Monday, August 21, 2006 at 9:46pm.

Using Dimensional analysis, how do you set up a problem to find the density when given mass and volume?

Suppose the mass of an object is 40 grams and the volume is 20 mL.

Density has units of grams/mL.

Then density = 40 g/20 mL = 2 g/mL. If this isn't exactly what you were looking for, please repost and be a little more specific.

what is the formula for volume?

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