It depends on what size bathtub you have.
The idea is to divide the mass by the volume. I assume the half liter is what fits inside the bottle; in theory, the actual volume of the bottle plus the contents should be slightly more. Also, in theory you'll have to add a small amount of mass for the air inside. If the bottle is filled with air, then you'll actually get the average density of the bottle plus the air.
Depends on the bathtub.
a half pint, or 10 fl oz.
🎵 then the 🎶 filled in & then the one that isnt filled in
The capacity of a bathtub is around 80 litres.
You simply calculate it like a cone, but the height of the cone is the height to the top of the FILLED part, not all the way. Half-filled is not enough information . . . there can be "half filled" meaning half the height of the cone, but can also be "half filled" meaning half the volume of the cone.
About 550 pounds.
Too many. It depends on the volume of the pool.
Because a gas will expand to fill the other half. Gas has no defined volume. Liquids do.
That depends upon the volume of the object that is put into the water in the bathtub.
There is really no such thing as a "liquid" unit. The unit of measure is for the VOLUME of something. The best unit for measuring the volume of a human bathtub would be the "Litre".
A bathtub for people or 4-legged pets . . . definitely. A bathtub for small birds . . . not definitely, but most likely.
thirty six and a half.
in his bathtub Archimedes filled the bathtub up with water and put a gold bar and saw that that made the water go up:)
No, it is filled with space.