Ask Question
23 October, 08:59

What happened to the volume of liquid displaced when the density of liquid is changed

+3
Answers (1)
  1. 23 October, 10:12
    0
    Density = mass/volume

    So if mass is kept constant density has an inverse relationship with volume.

    In other words increasing density will decrease volume and vice versa, providing the mass is not changed.
Know the Answer?
Not Sure About the Answer?
Find an answer to your question 👍 “What happened to the volume of liquid displaced when the density of liquid is changed ...” in 📗 English if the answers seem to be not correct or there’s no answer. Try a smart search to find answers to similar questions.
Search for Other Answers