There is a little water in the glass is it empty?
As long as it has something in it other than air, it isn't empty.
However, referring to an eight of an inch of water in a glass as empty when asked to pour someone some water is valid.
When an empty glass is inverted vertically into a tub of water the water does not enter the inverted glass why do you think this is so?
The glass is not empty ! It is filled with air. Read More
Air is matter - even if you can't see it. IF the glass were truly empty (a vacuum) the water would enter (and fill) the glass. Read More
An empty glass, since half a glass drunk from half a glass will leave it empty. ;) Read More
there is air bubbles Read More
This because air is present inside the empty glass which does not let the water to enter theglass . Air also offers a force which is opposite the force of water and does not let the water to enter the glass. Read More
When an empty glass is inverted vertically into a tub of water the water does not enter the inverted glass why is this so?
The air in the glass won't allow the water to fill the glass. However, the air can be compressed a bit, when the glass is placed way down into the water. Read More
Neither answer is correct. The glass is completely full--half full of water and half full or air. depends, if the glass was empty and you filled it half way, its half full, if it was full and you drank, threw out, ect. half the water its half empty Read More
If you had six glasses and three of them was filled with water and left three empty and you need to alternate them in order by only moving one glass how would you do it?
Pour the water from one full glass into one empty glass so that the resulting arrangement is alternating. Read More
There are 10 glasses in a row The first five glasses are filled with water and the last five are empty How would you create a row of alternating empty and full glasses by only moving two of the glass?
Take the second and the fourth full glass, and empty the contents into the second and fourth empty glass. Put the now-empty glasses back where they were. Now the glasses alternate between full, empty, full, empty, full, empty, full, empty, full, and empty. Read More
If you wanted to measure the amount of water in a glass, you would weigh the glass when empty, then weigh it again with water in it, and calculate the weight of the water. Read More
Push it off the table with a rolled up piece of paper. Read More
Yeah. Am always choosing half full glass of water. Because am always looks forward. Read More
The glass is actually full. Full of half air and half water. As for the water content, technically, there is no difference, except as it pertains to the process of filling or emptying, i.e. if it was filled and you drank some, it is half-empty; if it was empty and being filled, it is half-full. Read More
Half full. If you look at it as just a glass with water in it then that's what it is. If you put meaning into it then the glass will always be completely full. How full do you want your glass? Read More
Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty beer glass. Read More
low sounds lpg, glass of water, pencil, pan,...high sounds glass with small amt. of water, empty bottle Read More
Well it depends..if you fill it up and drink it. it will obviously be have empty. but if you pour soda milk water anything have way. it will be have full. Read More
A glass of water would sink considering how heavy it is. but if it is plastic it will just float on the top like a ice berg. If the glass (real glass) is empty and placed in the water upright, it will normally float due to its ability to displace water, much like a boat. If the glass is full or placed in the water in such a way that the water can enter it… Read More
Describe what would happen to a cold empty glass if it was suddenly placed in a hot and humid room explain?
The glass will heat up and there will be water vapor in it. Read More
The empty glass is broken first. Read More
By Haurn Mo. It depends on your perception. If the glass was already empty and you starting filling it up but stoped halfway, the glass is half full, If you started drink it but stoped halfway, the glass is half empty. Read More
To annul an action. Example: DO = Fill a glass with water. UNDO = Empty the glass of water. In which the second action nullifies the first. or it means to UNDO A PROBLEM OR WORD Read More
Yes it can. U have to consume one glass in the morning (empty stomach) and one in evening (before bed). 1 teaspoon in one glass warm water Read More
The weight of a glass of water depends on the amount of water in the glass.<br><br>A common size of water glass holds 8 fluid ounces of water. In rough terms, one ounce of water weighs one ounce (weight). This gives the answer that a glass of water weighs half a pound. (The weight of the glass is not included in this half a pound.)<br><br> To be more precise, an Imperial Ounce (used in Britain) is… Read More
Why do an empty glass cracks when you pour very hot water into it but it does not crack if there is a metal spoon in it?
When we pour very hot water into an empty glass, the inner surface of the glass will expand as matter expands when heated. But the inner surface of the glass will expand more than the outer surface of the glass because more heat is applied to the inner surface of the glass. Thus , causing uneven expansion and the cracking of the glass. Hence, when a metal spoon is placed in the glass, it helps… Read More
they're both glass . xD Read More
It's just a cup......Get over it. Another view - If you look at it as just a glass with water in it then that's what it is. If you put meaning into it then the glass will always be completely full. How full do you want your glass? Read More
if a cold empty glass would break if u place it in a hot humid room[if it is a "glass"] Read More
Six glasses are arranged in a straight line and the first three are full of water and the last three are empty what is the fewest number of glasses that can be moved so that the glasses alternate?
Two Switch the second full glass with the second empty glass. =) Read More
Six glasses of which 1st three are full of juice and remaing three are empty then move one glass to make full glass and empty glass alternate?
Pick up 2nd glass, pour its contents into 5th glass, return 2nd glass to its place. Read More
Fill the 9oz glass. Pour the 9 oz glass into the 4oz glass until the 4oz glass is full. You now have 5 oz in the 9oz glass. Empty the 4oz glass Pour pour the remaining water from the 9oz glass into the 4oz glass until it is full. You now have 1 oz in the 9oz glass. Empty the 4 oz glass. Pour the remaining 1oz in the 9oz glass into the 4 oz… Read More
The weight of the beaker will vary depending on what it is made of, i.e. the type of glass, the thickness of the walls, etc. The only way to determine this is to actually weigh the beaker. It cannot be calculated. Read More
No this has waterin it when it is in backwash mode and rinse mode otherwise it is empty. Read More
you mix a little baking soda and vinegar in an empty glass, the vinegar and baking soda makes an invisible gas called carbon monoxide. you then pour the gas into another empty glass, making sure not to pour the liquid into the glass as well. then after that, your pour what seems to be air over the lit candle and voila, your "magic trick" is done. Read More
An optimist sees the glass as half full, while a pessimist sees the glass as half empty. To an engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be. Read More
The cold glass cools the air surrounding the glass. This in turn condenses water vapor in the air such that little water droplets form around the surface of the glass. These droplets are what you recognize as being moist :) Read More
When it clings to a nearby cold glass, water vapor loses it's energy and turns into tiny water droplets on the outside of the cold glass. This is called condensation. You may have noticed it before. If not, next time you have a cold glass of water or pop, wait for a little bit, then look at the outside of the glass. Read More
They are melted down and made into more glass. Thanks Read More
Yes there are empty spaces between molecules of water. Water forms "bonds" between each molecule in the liquid space. I say "bonds" because they are not the covalent bonds or ionic bonds you may be use to. They are hydrogen bonds that form because each end of the water molecule has a certain charge. The oxygen atom takes on a very strong negative charge while the hydrogens are much more positive. The attraction between them… Read More
You cannot "fill" to make anything "Full" unless you have an empty glass. knowing it was empty first, you could easily say its half empty. It was empty first.Ok now it has water in it. only half. it ain't half full unless it started full, then was emptied some. but you normally receive half of what youre looking for. Scientifically, its half empty. Read More
How will you remove a crumpled paper inside an empty glass without holding the glass and the crumpled paper inside the empty glass?
Hear the fiendish answer: Get someone else to move the glass for you. Take the paper. The trick is in the wording of the sentence. All you have to do is to find a legal loophole. This is not just some stupid answer, if you look at the question closely enough, you might get some very useful info, like the glass does not have to be upside down. Or the environment in which the problem… Read More
Water vapors are condensed on the cold surface. Read More
If you have a cold glass and you leave it in the heat or anywhere where heat can get to it than it will form condensation. That is where there are little water bubbles on the outside and inside of the glass. Read More
He could be either. This is the same kind of question as the half full/half empty glass. In truth, the glass is both half full and half empty. Read More
loban or frankincense is used for urinary infections. take 3 tbsp of loban and pour it in a glass of water. let the water overnight and drink it on an empty stomach. Read More
They are very practical. If you had a glass half filled with water, an optimist would say it was half full, a pessimist would say it was half empty but and engineer would observe that the glass was twice as big as it needed to be. Read More
A glass of cold water leaves a wet ring on the table because the heat energy from the outside and the cold glass of water inside the cup then it begins to drip Yea its a little confusing i don't know how to explain it very well Read More
Is the glass half-full or half-empty? Well, it is neither, it is just twice the size it should be!!! The expression is the glass half-full or half-empty is based on the situation or the moos you are in. If you think it is half full, you are usually cheerful, if you think the glass is half empty, you are usually negative, not so cheerful person. But with the answer neither, the glass is twice the… Read More