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1. The density of wateer is 1 g/cm3. Which of the numbers belowe best represents the density of ice?

a) 0 g/cm3

b) just under 1 g/cm3

c) just over 1 g/cm3

 

2.can anybody tell me where to draw an arrow on a mm ruler for .10 meters? 

Guest Nov 7, 2017

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Density = Mass / Volume

When water freezes it expands. In other words, when water freezes, the volume of the formed ice INCREASES. Therefore, the density of the formed ice will be just UNDER  1 g/cm^3.

Guest Nov 7, 2017
edited by Guest  Nov 7, 2017
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Density = Mass / Volume

When water freezes it expands. In other words, when water freezes, the volume of the formed ice INCREASES. Therefore, the density of the formed ice will be just UNDER  1 g/cm^3.

Guest Nov 7, 2017
edited by Guest  Nov 7, 2017

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