Journal Question. 22 Jan 2013 What are the units for mass, volume, and density of a solid object?. Finding Mass, Volume, and Density. Mass. The amount of matter in an object Measured in grams (g), milligrams (mg) or kilograms (kg) Stays the same unless matter is removed or added. Mass.
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Finding Mass, Volume, and Density
1. Pour water into a graduated cylinder
2. Write down the amount of water
3. Place the object into the water
4. Record the new water level
5. Record the number of ml that the water level changed
6. Change ml to cm3
Find the density of some of the objects you measured earlier. If you have volume, find mass and calculate density. If you have the mass, find the volume and calculate density.