# Rock Weight and Volume Calculator

## Rock Weight and Volume Calculator

Enter the values to calculate rock weight and volume

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How to calculate the weight and volume of a rock? scroll below to use the **Rock Weight and Volume Calculator**. Enter your rock’s measurements into the calculator to get the results.

### What Are Rock Weight and Volume?

**Rock Weight and Volume** refer to the mass and space occupied by a rock, respectively. These metrics are crucial for construction, landscaping, and geological studies.

### How to Use the Calculator

To use the calculator is straightforward. Follow these steps:

**Enter Length**: Input the rock’s length. For example, if the length is 5 meters, enter`5`

.**Enter Width**: Input the rock’s width. For instance, if the width is 3 meters, enter`3`

.**Enter Depth**: Input the rock’s depth. If the depth is 2 meters, enter`2`

.**Enter Density**: Input the density of the rock. For example, if the density is 1600 kg/m³, enter`1600`

.**Select Unit System**: Choose between metric (m, kg/m³) or imperial (ft, lbs/ft³).

Click the **Calculate** button to see the results.

### Formula and Variables

The calculator uses the following formula:

$\text{Weight}=\text{Volume}\times \text{Density}$

**Variables:**

Variable | Description |
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Length | Length of the rock |

Width | Width of the rock |

Depth | Depth of the rock |

Density | Density of the rock material |

### Calculation Examples

Let’s look at two examples to understand the calculations:

#### Example 1: Metric System

**Length**: 5 meters**Width**: 3 meters**Depth**: 2 meters**Density**: 1600 kg/m³

**Calculation:**

**Volume**: $5\times 3\times 2=30$cubic meters**Weight**: $30\times 1600=48000$kilograms

Result: The volume is 30 m³ and the weight is 48000 kg.

#### Example 2: Imperial System

**Length**: 10 feet**Width**: 6 feet**Depth**: 4 inches (convert to feet: $4\mathrm{/}12=0.33$ feet)**Density**: 100 lbs/ft³

**Calculation:**

**Volume**: $10\times 6\times 0.33=19.8$cubic feet**Weight**: $19.8\times 100=1980$ pounds

Result: The volume is 19.8 ft³ and the weight is 1980 lbs.

I hope you find the Rock Weight and Volume Calculator helpful to determine volume of a rock. If you face any issues or have feedback, please let us know on our “Report an Error” page. Your feedback helps us improve and serve you better.