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You have a glass of water with several ice cubes, and mark the water level in the glass. Eventually the ice melts. What happens to the water level in the glass?
If the ice is floating in a glass, the water level will stay the same after the ice melts. The water level would only go down if the ice had been forcibly held submerged deeper than it would otherwise float if it were free to do so.
Increases in level
You are enjoying your breakfast after having put some salt on your scrambled eggs when your nerdy brother presents you with an ice cube floating in a glass of water and a short length of string. He challenges you to remove the ice cube from the glass using the string without tying any knots.
What strategy do you use to remove the ice cube from the water glass?
A few friends are enjoying their sea voyage in a boat full of apples. On the way, they felt hungry and thus decided to eat the apples. Together, they ate two dozen of apples.
When they have eaten the apples, will there be any change in the water level?
In the valley of the Green Glass Door.
There is a pool but no water,
apples but no grapes,
school but no learning,
trees but no branches,
teeth but no mouths,
Halloween but no candy,
and mirrors but no reflections.
Why is this?
You have a bowl of water. Placed in the center of it is a paraffin candle. The water level is below the top of the wax by about a few milliliters.
How can you use any ONE common household object so that when the candle is lit, the wick will go below the water level with the fire still going? A lighter is provided.
A cylindrical vessel of diameter 4cm is partly filled with water and 300 lead balls are dropped into it which increases its level by .8 cm. What is the diameter of each ball?
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