THE VOLUME OF A SOLID OF MASS 500G IS 350CMXCMXCM (A) WHAT WILL BE THE DENSITY OF THIS SOLID? (B) WHAT WILL BE THE MASS OF WATER DISPLACED BY THIS SOLID? (C) WHAT WILL BE THE RELATIVE DENSITY OF THIS SOLID? (D) WILL IT FLOAT OR SINK IN WATER?
Asked by DEVIKA BAHL | 4th Oct, 2010, 10:14: AM
(A) Density = Mass/Volume = 500 gm / 350 cm3 = 1.43 gm/cm3
(B) The solid will displace a volume of water equal to it's own volume since the density of this solid is greater than the density of water.
Mass of water = Density of water x Volume of water = 1 gm/cm3 x 350 cm3 = 350 gm
(C) Relative density = Density of solid/Density of water = 1.43/1 = 1.43
(D) It'll sink in water, since density of solid is more than the density of water.
Answered by | 4th Oct, 2010, 10:19: AM
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