# Gasoline Density Calculator, Formula, Gasoline Density Calculation

## Gasoline Density Calculator:

Enter the values of mass, m(kg) and volume, V(m3) to determine the value of Gasoline density, d(kg/m3).

 Enter Mass: kg Enter Volume: m3 Result – Gasoline Density: kg/m3

## Gasoline Density Formula:

Gasoline density (d) is the measure of the mass of gasoline per unit volume, typically expressed in kilograms per cubic meter. It indicates how much mass is contained within a given volume of gasoline.

The density of gasoline can vary slightly depending on its composition and temperature. Density is an important property for calculating fuel consumption and storage requirements.

More gasoline (higher mass) will lead to a higher density (d) if the volume (V) stays the same.

A specific amount of gasoline (fixed mass) will have a lower density (d) if its volume (V) increases. For instance, gasoline expands slightly when heated, decreasing its density.

Gasoline density, d(kg/m3) in kilograms per cubic metres is calculated by dividing the mass, m(kg) in kilogram by volume, V(m3) in cubic metres.

Gasoline density, d(kg/m3) = m(kg) / V(m3)

d(kg/m3) = gasoline density in kilograms per cubic metres, kg/m3.

m(kg) = mass in kilograms, kg.

V(m3) = volume in cubic metres, m3.

### Gasoline Density Calculation:

1. A sample of gasoline has a mass of 0.72 kilograms and occupies a volume of 0.001m3. Calculate the density of the gasoline in kg/m3.

Given: m(kg) = 0.72kg, V(m3) = 0.001m3.

Gasoline density, d(kg/m3) = m(kg) / V(m3)

d(kg/m3) = 0.72 / 0.001

d(kg/m3) = 720kg/m3.

1. A tank is filled with 1000 kilograms of gasoline. The density of the gasoline is 750 kg/m³. Calculate the volume of the gasoline in cubic meters.

Given: m(kg) = 1000kg, d(kg/m3) = 750kg/m3.

Gasoline density, d(kg/m3) = m(kg) / V(m3)

V(m3) = m(kg) / d(kg/m3)

V(m3) = 1000 / 750

V(m3) = 1.333m3.