1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hypothesize a human with a weight of: 61.14 kg (not an abnormal specimen in this wise). density of a human body: 985 kg/m^3 2. Relevant equations What is the volume in cubic meters of such a hypothetical person? 3. The attempt at a solution The mass of this person is determined by dividing weight by the force of gravity on Earth (9.8 m/s^2), to arrive at this result: ~6.24 kg. I know the formula: Volume = Mass/Density HOWEVER! When I divide 6.24 by 985, I get a volume in m^3 which is: ~.0063 m^3 I have a sneaking feeling that this result just cannot be correct. Why? Because it means that, when you divide 1 by .0063, you get: ~158. Meaning: that if you were to (very hypothetically) get 158 of such humans and puree them, they would fill a volume of only 1 cubic meter. This cannot be right! It is way too low a result. So my question is: what's wrong with my reasoning?