13 Newton's Laws and Archimedes

13 Newton's Laws and Archimedes - A glass of water contains...

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A glass of water contains a large ice cube. What will happen to the level of the liquid water when the ice melts? a) It will go up. b) It will go down. c) It will remain at the same level.
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A log floats in a lake such that one half of the log is submerged. If the log is held beneath the water, what will be its acceleration when released?
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A log floats in a lake such that one half of the log is submerged. A number of weights that are 1.5 times the density of water are placed on the log. If the log and weights are all completely submerged (but still floating), what is the volume of the weights?
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An aluminum boat sits in the lake. What happens to the boat when it is filled with Styrofoam? a) It sinks further into the water. b) It rises higher in the water. c) It remains at the same level.
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underneath the boat? a) It sinks further into the water. b) It rises higher in the water.
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