**If a mineral has a mass of 100G and a volume of 50Cm3 what is its density?**

**Answer.** Density = mass/volume = 100/50 = 2g/cm3

The mineral has a density of 2 g/cm3

## An object of mass 100g has a volume of 20cm3. Calculate the density of the object.

**Answer**

## Density =$VolumeMass =5.0gcm_{−3}$

**What is the density of an object that's mass is 100g and a volume of 50 mL answer and work?**

density = mass/volume = 100g/50mL = 2g/mL

**Brick has a mass of 100g and a volume of 25cm cubed. what is the density of the brick?**

Density is defined as mass divided by volume, therefore: 100g/25cm3 = 4 g/cm3

**What is the density of a ball that has a mass of 100 g and a volume of 25 cm cubed?**

density = mass/volume = 100g/25cm3 = 4g/cm3

**100g of toothpaste equals to ml?**

Gram is a unit of mass, and a milliliter is a unit of volume! You need the density of the toothpaste to calculate the volume: V = mass/density

**What is the volume of 100g and density 0.8 gml?**

800

**What is the density if the volume is 125mL and the mass is 100g?**

The idea is to divide the mass by the volume.

**What is the density of an object that has a mass of 100g and a volume of 25mL?**

Density = 4 g/mL

**What is the density of an object that's mass is 100g and a volume of 50 mL answer and work?**

Density = mass/volume = 100g/50mL = 2g/mL

**Brick has a mass of 100g and a volume of 25cm cubed. what is the density of the brick?**

Density is defined as mass divided by volume, therefore: 100g/25cm3 = 4 g/cm3

**Iron weighs 100g volume is 14ml what is the density?**

just give me the answer

**What is the density of an object that has a mass of 100g and a volume of 25ml?**

Density = 4 g/mL

**What is the density of an object with a mass of 100g and a volume of 200ml?**

Density = Mass/Volume = 100/200 = 0.5 grams per ml.

**What is the density of a ball that has a mass of 100 g and a volume of 25 cm cubed?**

Density = mass/volume = 100g/25cm3 = 4g/cm3

**What is the volume of 100.0 g alcohol's density is 0.79g?**

density = mass / volume or d=m/vGiven: d = 0.79g ; m= 100g ; v = ?Solution:0.79 g = 100g / v0.79g v = 100gv = 126.58

**100g of toothpaste equals to ml?**

Gram is a unit of mass, and a milliliter is a unit of volume! You need the density of the toothpaste to calculate the volume: V = mass/density

**Which occupies a larger volume100g lead density 11.34gml or 100g water density 0.995gml?**

water will occupy more volume

**An object has a mass of 100g and its volume is 10ml what is the density of the object?**

10g/ml. Density is the mass of an object per unit of volume.

**Is 100g equal l liters?**

It is nonsense too (directly) to compare units of mass (grams) and units of volume (liters). However, they are related by density: density = mass/volume Thus if a substance has a density of 100 g / 1 liter = 100g / 1000 cm³ = 0.1 g/cm³ then 100g of it will occupy a volume of 1 liter.

**If an object has a mass of 100g and a volume of 200cm3 what is the density of this object?**

The object has a mass of 0.5 g/cm3

**What is the density of 100g and takes up 4 mL?**

Density = Mass/Volume = 100 grams / 4 mL = 24 grams per mL.

**Is 100g density greater than 50g density?**

Grams are a measure of mass and density is mass per volume, so neither are greater because neither are density values.

**If a box has a volume of 20 cubic centimeters and a mass of 100 grams what is the density?**

Density is Mass per unit volume so divide the mass (100g) by the volume (20 cubic centimeters or cc) to get the answer: 5 grams/cc (about 5 times the density of water)

**Which has a greater volume 100g of gold or 100g of water?**

100 grams of water

**How to convert 100g of flour in the recipe into a volume measurement?**

100g flour is equal to

How many cups in 100g?

A cup is a unit of volume, but a gram is a unit of mass. You can convert mass to volume by dividing by the substance's density (density is mass/volume), but you cannot know the volume of 100 grams of a substance without directly measuring it or knowing the density. Which is about as much use as a chocolate teapot. Well done whoever wrote this they listened in science.

**How many cups in 100gm?**

A cup is a unit of volume, but a gram is a unit of mass. You can convert mass to volume by dividing by the substance's density (density is mass/volume), but you cannot know the volume of 100 grams of a substance without directly measuring it or knowing the density. Which is about as much use as a chocolate teapot. Well done whoever wrote this they listened in science.

**What is the density of a cube of wood with sides of 5 cm and a mass of 100g?**

All of the sides equal to 5cm Mass = 100g To find volume you do 5 X 5 X 5 = 125cm3 (Its cm3 because you X 5 by itself 3 times) Therefore 100g/ 125cm3 (You divide 100g (MASS) by 125cm3 (VOLUME)) Answer = 4/5 which in a whole number is 0.8g per cm3

**What is the volume of 100g of water in cm3?**

100

**What is the density of a substance of mass 100g and volume 10 centimeter cube?**

10 grams/ cc. That is 10 times denser than water.

**What is the volume of 100g of sugar dissolved in 100g of water?**

100 grams of sugar has a volume of 62.9 milliliters. 100 grams of water has a volume of 100 milliliters. The total volume is 162.9 milliliters.

**Convert 100cm3 of mineral oil into grams?**

it is equal to 100g

**Which has greater density 100g of feathers or 100g of iron?**

Iron. same weight but the iron is dense. I think

**How much is the mass of the ML in a container is 100?**

It depends on the substance in the container. Different substances have different densities. The higher the density, the more a given volume of the substance weighs. For example, if you are talking about water, the density of water is 1g/mL. 100mL x 1g/mL = 100g. So 100mL of water weighs 100g.

**How many cups is 100 g?**

There are 0.42267528198649 cups in 100 grams of water. But the volume will vary depending upon the density of what you are measuring - and what you mean by a cup (US or UK):100g table salt is approximately 1/3 cup (US)100g granulated sugar is about 1/2 cup (US)100g chopped nuts is about 2/3 cup (US)

**The density of a block of wood with a volume of 50 cubic cm and a mass of 100 grams is?**

Density=mass/volumeD=m/vm=100gv=50cm^3D=100g/50cm^3D=2 g/cm^3

**Would 100G of soap have the same density as 200G of soap?**

True is false

**How many millimeters are in 100 grams?**

If the density of the liquid is 1g/ml, then 100g = 100ml

**How much is 100g in oz. in baking?**

100g ≈ 3.5oz; since grams is a weight it cannot be converted to the traditional cups/tablespoons/teaspoons as they are volume measurements.

**What is the volume and mass of water?**

The volume of water is the same as the mass of water. So if you have 100ml of water you actually have 100g of water.

**If you need 100 grams how much l is that?**

Generally, 100g=0.1kg If you need 100grams of some sort of liquid, then the volume needed depends on the density of that liquid. For example, water generally has a density of about 1kg/dm3(cubic decimeters) or to put it another way: 1kg/L. Oil, f.e. -again- usually has a density of around 0.9kg/L. If you do the math, 90g=100ml, so the 100g (of oil with density 0.9kg/L) would equal to the app. 111.1g if my calculations aren't the wrong:P Hope it helps:)

**Is magnesium a component in multivitamins and mineral tablets?**

While magnesium is common in mineral tablets, it's rare to find more than 100g of magnesium in multivitamins.

**Does a 100-gram piece of iron have twice the density of a 50-gram piece of iron?**

Since density is defined as mass divided by volume, the statement that the 100g piece of iron has twice the density as the 50g piece would only be true if they occupied the same volume. However, since iron is an element, it will not vary so widely in density in solid form. Thus, it is more than likely that they are different volumes with the same density, and only the mass of the first piece is twice the mass of the second.

**if you have 100gramme how much that you be in milliliters?**

you need to know the density, but I'll assume 1g/ml. at this 100g would be 100ml

**What is dense 10g of water or 100g?**

They have the same density, They are both water the only thing that change is the mass.

**How does density have to do with weight?**

Density is expressed as mass per unit volume, Kg/m3. For a body at rest, we can consider its weight to be the same value as its mass. Therefore, density is proportional to the weight of an object. . For example, two balls are both 5 cm (~2") in diameter. The first ball weighs 100g (~3 oz), and the second ball weighs 200g (~6 oz). The average density of the second ball is twice the average density of the first ball.

**What solid has a mass of 100 grams and a volume of 65 cm?**

100g/65cm3 = 1.538g/cm3 calcium has 1.55g/cm3

**How much volume of water is in the lettuce?**

It's about 95% water, so 100g of lettuce will have 95g of water or 95ml of water.

**100g to milliliter?**

100g to a ml is 454609.00062ml.

**What will be the weight of 100g of plaster in Paris?**

100g

**How much mass is in 100 ML of water?**

The density of water is 1g/mL at standard conditions.100mL x 1g/mL = 100g.

**What is denser water or ice?**

Suppose you have a certain amount of water, say 100 grams. When water freezes, as you may know, and as the ice forms, it expands to a larger volume than the original 100g of water. The mass is the same, but it expanded, so the volume is larger. Density is mass per unit volume. So if the mass is constant, and volume increases, you end up with something less dense. Hence, ice is less dense than water.

**How many grams are in tomatoes?**

There will be 100g in 100g of tomatoes

**How much is 100g of water equal to ice?**

100g

**How many 100g are in 3kg?**

There are 30 100g in 3kg

**How much of 100g cost?**

it is cost 430$ for 100g

**How many tomatoes in a gram?**

There will be 100g in 100g of tomatoes

**Which is the heavier 100g or 1kg?**

1kg, because it equals 1000g.

**How much fat is in lard per 100g?**

Lard is fat, so 100g lard is 100g fat.

**Which would burn the most 100g of water at 100 degrees or 100g of steam at 100 degrees?**

100g

**How many kg equals 100g?**

100g is one tenth of 1kg 10 x 100g = 1kg

**What is the concentration of a solution prepared by mixing 100g of salt with 500 ml of water?**

500 mL water = 500 g water plus 100 g of salt_______________________ +600 g of salt solution with concentration (100g / 600g) * 100% = 16.7% (by mass)Please note that you don't know the total volume of the solution, but it is less than 600 mL. (Its density is more than 1.00 g/mL for water)

**How much is 100g?**

a 100g is one-tenth of 1kg which is 1000g

**Which has more atoms 100g of gold or 100g of neon?**

gold

**How many calories are in 100g of tofu?**

63,5kcal/100g tofu

**How many ml is 100g flour?**

1000h=ml = 100g

**How does 100g milk Convert in cups?**

100g in a cup of yogurt

**What is the mass of the container and sand for 100g 60g 7.5g?**

100g

**How many calories are in 100g of lobster?**

143 per 100g

**How much energy is in 100g of rice?**

1465kj In 100g of rice!

**What is 710 of 100g?**

100g x 10 = 1kg Answer: 71kg

**How many milliliters are there in 100g of powder?**

This cannot be sensibly answered. Milliliters (mL or ml) are a measure of volume, and grams are a measure of weight or mass.

**How many cups is 100g of dog food?**

Quote from the Related Link: "When you convert from grams or ounces (weight) to teaspoons, tablespoons or cups (volume), you are converting from a weight to a volume." That doesn't work too well!

**Does 100g of iron turn into 100g of iron oxide?**

100g of iron will not turn into 100g of iron oxide because the iron oxide will have gained mass due to the oxygen that will have combined with the iron.

**How many calories does 100g of bacon have?**

266 cal per 100g

**What contains more sugar 100g of grapes or 100g of chocolate?**

yes it does

**How many calories are in 100g of protein?**

how many calories in 100g of protein

**How many teaspoons are in 100g of butter?**

The density of butter is 0.911 grams / ml.1 teaspoon is 5 ml.100 / 0.911 / 5 = 22 teaspoons.

**How much is a deciliter in grams?**

It will depend on the density of the substance being measured. Water is about 1g per ml, so in this case, one deciliter weighs 100g.

**How many lbs in 100g?**

100g is equal to 0.220462262 pounds == Here's how I got it:Therefore:100G / 453.59237g per lb= 0.220462262 pounds

**How many ml are there in 100g?**

There are 1000ml in 100g to find out more go to there are 1000ml in 100g to find out more go to www.mymaths.co.uk

**How much energy does butter have per 100g?**

Butter has about 720calories per 100g and about 3012 joules per 100g. Hope this helps :)

**Which is larger 100g of gold or 100g of silver?**

Gold is very heavy for its size so silver has a larger mass-to-weight ratio 100g of silver is larger than 100g of gold

**How many calories are in chocolate?**

there is 520 in a 100g bar there is 520 in a 100g bar

**How many carbohydrates are in 100g of pineapple?**

For the amount of 100g, the carbohydrate in pineapple is 13g.

**Solubility is the number of substances dissolved in 100g of solvent?**

Yes. The solvent can be in 100g.

**What is 315g rounded to the nearest 100g?**

315g rounded to the nearest 100g is 300g

**What is 100g plus 10g plus 1g?**

100g + 10g + 1g = 111g

**How do you find the mass of 100 ml of water?**

1ml = 1cm(squared) Density of water 1g/cm(cubed) Basically. 100ml of water = 100cm(cubed) = 100g

**100g flour equals how many cups of flour?**

1 cup of all-purpose flour is equal to 125 grams. 100 grams of flour will equal 0.8 cups. However, this measurement will change based on what you are using. A cup is a measure of volume, but a gram is a measure of mass. Depending on the density, the weight will change.

**A piece of metal has a mass of 200 g and a volume of 2 cm3 What is its specific gravity?**

100g/cm3 this is 5 times denser than the densest element

**What is the nutritional value of frog meat?**

Nutrition and Calories in Frog Legs (Raw) Water content (grams per 100g) 81.9 Calorie content of Food (kcals per 100g/3.5oz) 73 Protein content (grams per 100g) 16.4 Fat content (lipids) (grams per 100g) 0.3 Ash content (grams per 100g) 1.4 Carbohydrate content (grams per 100g) 0 Dietary Fiber content (grams per 100g) 0 Sugar content (grams per 100g) 0 Minerals Nutrition in Frog Legs Calcium (Ca) content (mg per 100g) 18 Iron (Fe) content (mg per 100g) 1.5 Magnesium (Mg) content (mg per 100g) 20 Phosphorus (P) content (mg per 100g) 147 Potassium (K) content (mg per 100g) 285 Sodium (Na) content (mg per 100g) 58 Zinc (Zn) content (mg per 100g) 1 Copper (Cu) content (mg per 100g) 0.25 Manganese (Mn) content (mg per 100g) N/A Selenium (Se) content (µ per 100g) 14.1 Vitamins Nutrition in Frog Legs Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) content (mg per 100g) 0 Thiamin content (vitamin B-1) (mg per 100g) 0.14 Riboflavin content (vitamin B-2) (mg per 100g) 0.25 Niacin content (vitamin B-3) (mg per 100g) 1.2 Pantothenic Acid content (vitamin B-5) (mg per 100g) N/A Vitamin B-6 content (mg per 100g) 0.12 Folate content (µg per 100g) 15 Folic Acid content (µg per 100g) 0 Food Folate content (µg per 100g) 15 Folate content (DFE per 100g) 15 Vitamin B-12 content (µg per 100g) 0.4 Vitamin A content (µg per 100g) 50 Vitamin A content (Int. Units, IU, per 100g) 15 Retinol content (µg per 100g) 15 Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) content (µg per 100g) 1

**What are the nutrients in frog meat?**

Nutrition and Calories in Frog Legs (Raw)Water content (grams per 100g) 81.9 Calorie content of Food (kcals per 100g/3.5oz) 73 Protein content (grams per 100g) 16.4 Fat content (lipids) (grams per 100g) 0.3 Ash content (grams per 100g) 1.4 Carbohydrate content (grams per 100g) 0 Dietary Fiber content (grams per 100g) 0 Sugar content (grams per 100g) 0Minerals Nutrition in Frog LegsCalcium (Ca) content (mg per 100g) 18 Iron (Fe) content (mg per 100g) 1.5 Magnesium (Mg) content (mg per 100g) 20 Phosphorus (P) content (mg per 100g) 147 Potassium (K) content (mg per 100g) 285 Sodium (Na) content (mg per 100g) 58 Zinc (Zn) content (mg per 100g) 1 Copper (Cu) content (mg per 100g) 0.25 Manganese (Mn) content (mg per 100g) N/A Selenium (Se) content (Âµ per 100g) 14.1Vitamins Nutrition in Frog LegsVitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) content (mg per 100g) 0 Thiamin content (vitamin B-1) (mg per 100g) 0.14 Riboflavin content (vitamin B-2) (mg per 100g) 0.25 Niacin content (vitamin B-3) (mg per 100g) 1.2 Pantothenic Acid content (vitamin B-5) (mg per 100g) N/A Vitamin B-6 content (mg per 100g) 0.12 Folate content (Âµg per 100g) 15 Folic Acid content (Âµg per 100g) 0 Food Folate content (Âµg per 100g) 15 Folate content (DFE per 100g) 15 Vitamin B-12 content (Âµg per 100g) 0.4 Vitamin A content (Âµg per 100g) 50 Vitamin A content (Int. Units, IU, per 100g) 15 Retinol content (Âµg per 100g) 15 Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) content (Âµg per 100g) 1Read more: What_is_the_nutritional_value_of_frog_meat

**What is the nutritional value of meat?**

Nutrition and Calories in Frog Legs (Raw) Water content (grams per 100g) 81.9 Calorie content of Food (kcals per 100g/3.5oz) 73 Protein content (grams per 100g) 16.4 Fat content (lipids) (grams per 100g) 0.3 Ash content (grams per 100g) 1.4 Carbohydrate content (grams per 100g) 0 Dietary Fiber content (grams per 100g) 0 Sugar content (grams per 100g) 0 Minerals Nutrition in Frog Legs Calcium (Ca) content (mg per 100g) 18 Iron (Fe) content (mg per 100g) 1.5 Magnesium (Mg) content (mg per 100g) 20 Phosphorus (P) content (mg per 100g) 147 Potassium (K) content (mg per 100g) 285 Sodium (Na) content (mg per 100g) 58 Zinc (Zn) content (mg per 100g) 1 Copper (Cu) content (mg per 100g) 0.25 Manganese (Mn) content (mg per 100g) N/A Selenium (Se) content (µ per 100g) 14.1 Vitamins Nutrition in Frog Legs Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) content (mg per 100g) 0 Thiamin content (vitamin B-1) (mg per 100g) 0.14 Riboflavin content (vitamin B-2) (mg per 100g) 0.25 Niacin content (vitamin B-3) (mg per 100g) 1.2 Pantothenic Acid content (vitamin B-5) (mg per 100g) N/A Vitamin B-6 content (mg per 100g) 0.12 Folate content (µg per 100g) 15 Folic Acid content (µg per 100g) 0 Food Folate content (µg per 100g) 15 Folate content (DFE per 100g) 15 Vitamin B-12 content (µg per 100g) 0.4 Vitamin A content (µg per 100g) 50 Vitamin A content (Int. Units, IU, per 100g) 15 Retinol content (µg per 100g) 15 Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) content (µg per 100g) 1

**How many calories are in turkey thigh?**

Water content (grams per 100g) 70.6 Calorie content of Food (kcals per 100g/3.5oz) 157 Protein content (grams per 100g) 18.8 Fat content (lipids) (grams per 100g) 8.54 Ash content (grams per 100g) 2.06 Carbohydrate content (grams per 100g) 0 Dietary Fiber content (grams per 100g) 0 Sugar content (grams per 100g) N/A

**Is 100g over 3 ounces?**

Yes, 100g is approx 31/2 oz.

**How many calories are in 100g of olive oil?**

There are:884 calories in 100g of olive oil.

**How many calories are in 100g of sugar?**

There are roughly 385-390 calories in 100g of sugar.

**What are the nutrients that Pepsi contains per 100g?**

Pepsi has 48 calories per 100g

**How much does phosphorus cost per 100g?**

it cost $30 for 100g of pure phosphorus

**How much does iron cost for 100g?**

how much does iron cost per price of 100g

**What kind of foods contains the most cholesterol?**

Well, anything processed will normally contain massive amounts of cholesterol. however, in terms of food groups, i believe it would be the meat group. Another answer: Cholesterol content has nothing to do, one way or the other, with processed foods. Dietary cholesterol comes from animal products. Beef liver. (560 mg/100g)Egg, boiled. (450 mg/100g)Butter. (260 mg/100g)Shrimp. (200 mg/100g)Oysters, clams, and mussels. (100 mg/100g)Cream. (100 mg/100g)Ground beef, 90% lean, broiled. (80 mg/100g)Bacon, broiled. (80 mg/100g)Salami, pepperoni. (80 mg/100g)Cheese. (varies, 70 to 90 mg/100g)Ice cream. (50 mg/100g)Milk. (10 mg/100g)

**What are some Physical Properties of sodium carbonate?**

melting at 60c/140f odorless density 2.2 colors white crystalline solubility 7.2g/100g water at 18c/64f

**How much does titanium cost per gram?**

Cost, pure: $6.1 per 100g Cost, bulk: $0.65 per 100g and in pounds sterling Cost, Pure: £3.87 per 100g Cost, Bulk: £0.41 per 100g