If water expands by 6% of its volume as it freezes. How much ice can be required to obtained from 160m³ of water
Asked by upendragupta9 | 3rd May, 2020, 04:26: PM
Given: Volume of water = 160 m3
If water expands 6% of its volume, so 6% of its volume would be (6 x 160)/100 = 9.6 m3
So, the volume of water becomes 160+9.6=169.6 m3
Hence, the volume of the required ice would be 169.6 m3
Answered by Renu Varma | 4th May, 2020, 12:05: AM
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