# Mass Calculator

What is Meant by Mass?

The quantity of matter within an object is called the mass of an object. The unit of measuring mass is often written in kilograms. The symbol that denotes mass is written as ‘m’.

### What is Meant by Mass?

The quantity of matter within an object is called the mass of an object. The unit of measuring mass is often written in kilograms. The symbol that denotes mass is written as ‘m’.

### What is the Mass calculation formula ?

The formula for calculating mass is the multiplication of the density with volume.

`Mass (m) = Density (ρ) x Volume (V)`

### How to Use the Mass Calculator?

The mass calculator gives accurate information on the topic for which you need to follow the steps given below:

Step 1: Type the values like the density and volume of the object.:

Step 2: Click the ‘calculate’ button to get the object's mass.

The online mass calculator can help you to accurately calculate the mass of an object.

### How to Calculate Mass?

Calculating mass with the density and volume of an object can be done using the formula given. Mass is calculated by multiplying the density and volume of the object.

Mass (m) = Density (ρ) x Volume (V)

Note: As per the international system of units (SI), the unit for density is measured in kilogram per cubic meter, or kg/m3, whereas volume is expressed in m3, and mass in kilogram (kg).

### Examples

Example 1:

The volume of iron is 7874 kg/m3 and density is 7092.32 cm3. Find it's mass

Calculation:

m = ρ × V

m = 7092.32 cm 3 × 7874 kg/ m3

m = 0.00709232 m 3 × 7874 kg/m3

m = 55.84492768 kg

Weight is the measure of the force of gravity acting on a body. In other words, the weight is the product of the mass of an object and gravity. Weight can be expressed in mathematical form as,

W = mg

Where,

g = 9.8 m/s2 (acceleration due to gravity)

W = weight of an object

m = mass of an object

• Weight and mass are independent of any physical state of a matter, such as solid, gas, liquid, or plasma.
• Weight and mass have definite units and dimensions.
• Both mass and weight are measurable quantities.
• Weight and mass depend on the amount of matter in a body.