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Q: An object will sink in a liquid if the density of the object is greater than that of the liquid. the mass of a sphere is 9.83g. if the volume of this sphere is less than blank cm3 then the sphere will?
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How would the densities of the sphere and cube have compared if the masses of the cube and sphere had been the same but the volume of the cube had been greater?

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Would an object that weighs 3.7 g cm3 float in water?

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Why drop of liquid acquire spherical shape?

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How would the density of a sphere and cube compare if the mass of the cube and sphere are the same but the volume of the cube is greater?

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