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Asked Oct 29, 2019

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if a 33 g object has a volume of 47 cm^{3}, would you expect it to sink or float in water ? Why?

Step 1

**Given:**

Mass of the object = 33 g

Volume of the object = 47 cm^{3}

Step 2

Finding if the object will float or sink in the water:

An object floats or sinks in the water, depending upon the density of the object and water. If the density of the ob...

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