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## What has more density a pillow or brick?

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Hit your head with both and come back and tell us what you think the answer is.

southern_comfort wrote:
Hit your head with both and come back and tell us what you think the answer is.

Very good, I love it.

The pillow has higher density than a brick if you put it into a hydraulic
press and squeeze it down to a 1 cm cube.

spiratec9 wrote:
The pillow has higher density than a brick if you put it into a hydraulic
press and squeeze it down to a 1 cm cube.

So would the brick….

yes eventually both would have the same density if you squeeze them just right.

Here’s a thought, if you crush the pillow and the brick enough, will it become a Black Hole and suck the entire world up?

Think of it this way…if you had a box of pillows and the same sized box of bricks, which would hurt more if you dropped it on your toes?

The one that hurts more, weighs more. And the one that weighs more does so because it has more mass in it.

Density is the ratio of mass per volume. So if volume (the size of the box) is constant, then the one that has more mass must also have a higher density.

southern_comfort wrote:
Hit your head with both and come back and tell us what you think the answer is.

Just great. The perfect answer!

if you said pillow then its your head that has more.

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FatB.Three wrote:
Here’s a thought, if you crush the pillow and the brick enough, will it become a Black Hole and suck the entire world up?

not physically possible, the smallest size you could get it to is about 1 billionth of an atom on earth. You would then not have enoughth of those new atoms to create a black Hoke. Not even our sun could turn into a black hole

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The pillow has higher density than a brick

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