If your experiment is to determine if an egg with float in salty water, one of the variables would be the amount of salt used. Another variable would be the size of the egg.
Yes. It'll float better (higher) in the salty water than it does in fresh water.
A fresh egg don't float in pure water; in a salty water the floating depends on the concentration of the salt in solution. The salty water is more dense.
I think that salty ice cube do float in water because ice bergs float it water and they're made of salty water. i think i depends on the density (Amount of salt) in the ice
I think substances can float in very salty water, because salty water (example the dead sea)is much more denser than other any other non-salty water, so things will float much more easier.
Adding Salt to the water increases the density of the water, and therefore makes it weight more per capita. This in turn causes the salty water to push down with more force then water with no salt, causes things that may not float, to float, and things that already float in normal water, to float higher in salty water.
You can float an egg in very salty water.
yes i proved my hypothesis correct. for my experiment to be correct it relied heavily on the density of the salt in the water
ice floats on salty water because it is less dense than the salt water
the dead sea has very salty water. you can float because of the high content of salt.
10 teaspoon of salt
due to buyonacy force
The egg will float at the salty water
It's easier to float in salty water because the water is not dense compared to fresh water. No its not! The other way around! The salt water is MORE dense than that of fresh water, so you float easier: there are more particles in that given space. :)
because the density of water increases as the salt is added to the water ,this makes the cork float more in salty water !
Yes, if it makes the water denser, the boat will float easier. For example, it is easier to float in salty water.
Salt water is denser than fresh water. A ship will float higher on the oceans, and float lower on a fresh water inland lake.
the salt makes the water more dense so the egg is less dense than the water making it float.
the density of salty water is more than plain water. Therfore the upward force exerted by salty water on the egg is more than that of plain water.So eggs float better in salt water.
water and light
A Rock would obviously sink in water and a egg would float in salt water Believe it or not bowling balls that are denser than water float!
to get a glass of water and pour it on somebody
Salt water is denser than fresh water, therefore, it is easier to float in. The Dead Sea is a landlocked lake of very salty water, it is very easy to float in.