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Give us the figures.

Density is equal to mass over volume.

D= M
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V

To get mass you weigh the object.
To get volume you either measure it depending on its shape eg. round, square. etc. or you submerge it in a graduated cylinder and measure the displacement ie. the water level before and after.

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