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If you have 2 objects of diferrent densities and you want them to have equal masses,what ratio of the volume to each other
The answer I think the object with the greater density must have low volume compared to the other with small density

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  1. Use
    mass = ρ1v1 = ρ2v2
    v1/v2=ρ2/ρ1
    or
    v1:v2 = ρ2:ρ1

    v1,v2 volumes
    ρ1, ρ2 densities

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