# Which of the following is the amount of space that an object takes up volume density mass?

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## Which of the following is the amount of space that an object takes up?

VOLUME– The amount of space an object takes up.

## What is the word that means the amount of space an object takes up?

Volume is the amount of space an object takes up.

## Is the amount of space taken up by an object?

The volume of an object is the amount of space it occupies.

## How does volume and mass affect density?

Density = Mass/Volume, which means that density is how heavy an object is compared to its size – so how closely its molecules are “packed” together. … It has a higher density. Density = Mass/Volume also means that the larger the volume of an object compared to its mass, the less dense it is.

## Does mass take up space?

Anything that has mass and takes up space is matter.

## How do you find the mass with density and volume?

How can I find volume with density and mass?

1. Look up the density of the material the object is made of in kg/m³.
2. Measure the mass (or weight) of the object in kilograms.
3. Divide the mass by the density.
4. You will then have the volume of the object in m³.
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