Finding Volume from Mass

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Finding Volume from Mass

Postby s65horsey » Thu Nov 02, 2006 10:27 am

If I know I have a cylinder container full of peanut butter with a surface area of 500cm^2. I also know that this weighs 454g. How do I figure out the Volume of my cylinder?
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Re: Finding Volume from Mass

Postby convert-me.com » Fri Nov 03, 2006 3:40 pm

s65horsey wrote:If I know I have a cylinder container full of peanut butter with a surface area of 500cm^2. I also know that this weighs 454g. How do I figure out the Volume of my cylinder?


According to Cooking Conversion Calculator 454g of peanut butter have the volume of 597 ml. It only depends on the density of the peanut butter. The form of it (whether it is a cylinder or not) does not matter.
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