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warm water is generally less dense than cold water. athe mass of a ship increases as it is loaded with cargo. if a ship will be sailing through warm and cold water, what should people think about as they load the ship with cargo?

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  1. anonymous
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    @heretohelpalways

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    i dont understand...

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    I am not really sure... In my opinion I think it would be D

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    me either

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    I don't think it would be A or B

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    bro it was right i!!!!!!!! :) good job

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    lol thanks :)

  9. anonymous
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    how about this i think its c

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    I am not really sure your answer is 100% because the fog would sink to the bottom of the floor, and not the ceiling.

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    so no crawling for sure

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    I think it would be D, because the fog wouldn't go up to the ceiling, and you can breathe the fog in when you crawl

  13. anonymous
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    @dylan_eidson You still there?

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    thx that was right too brb

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    anymore questions?

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