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HELP PLEASE??: Would a styrofoam cube that has a mass of 150 g and a volume of 1000 ml sink in water??

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    I REALLY NEED HELP PLEASE!

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    @musicalrose , @maheshmeghwal9 ??

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    Anyone??

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    @ajprincess ?

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    D=m/v so, 150/1000 gives you what?

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    .15

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    Is that right?

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    the density of water is 1000kg/m^3. so it will float if density calculated is less than this.

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    Oh ok, thanks.

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    yes you were correct btw. So, does that give you your answer?

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    Yes it does, thanks. So does styrofoam never sink??

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    @musicalrose ?

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    I believe it does not sink. pretty much ever. styrofoam as a material would not be dense enough

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    OK thank you!

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    no problem!

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