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24 October, 06:49

How does changing the mass of an object affect the density and the object if the volume is kept constant

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  1. 24 October, 07:15
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    mass of an object affect the density and object if the the volume is keep constant.

    here we can explain by using the example.

    if the mass of an object is 30kg. and volume is 2m3

    then density pf given substance is become 15kg/m3

    again,

    if the mass of the is 40kg/m3 and volume is same

    then density is become 20kg/m3 (formula=kg/m3)

    here above density and below density is becime different by changing the mass of an object and affect the density and objecy although volume is kept constant or same
  2. 24 October, 08:13
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    Answer: An increase in mass will increase the density

    A decrease in mass will decrease the density

    Explanation: So any changes in the mass of the object will affect its density even with constant volume. Mass is directly proportional to density. So when mass is increased density will increase as well and vice versa.
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