An object's density is represented by a ratio of its mass to volume. The units, used for measurements are, therefore, mass per unit volume.

Mass, if we look from a physicist's perspective, can be defined as a measure of the quantity that is inside a body, excluding such factors as the volume of an object or any forces that might be acting on the object.

Volume represents the amount of space that is occupied by an object in three dimensions.

**How to use:** Enter any two known values to calculate the third one.

### The next algorithms can be carried out by the online Mass, Density and Volume Calculator:

**m = ρ × V** (Mass is Density
mutiplied by Volume)

**ρ = m ÷ V** (Density is Mass
divided by Volume)

**V = m ÷ ρ** (Volume is Mass
divided by Density)

An object's density is represented by a ratio of its mass to volume. The units, used for measurements are, therefore, mass per unit volume.

Mass, if we look from a physicist's perspective, can be defined as a measure of the quantity that is inside a body, excluding such factors as the volume of an object or any forces that might be acting on the object.

Volume represents the amount of space that is occupied by an object in three dimensions.

**How to use:** Enter any two known values to calculate the third one.

### The next algorithms can be carried out by the online Mass, Density and Volume Calculator:

**m = ρ × V** (Mass is Density
mutiplied by Volume)

**ρ = m ÷ V** (Density is Mass
divided by Volume)

**V = m ÷ ρ** (Volume is Mass
divided by Density)