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BABYBEL cheese made at 100 degree fahernheit floats in water
it floats on water because bark contains air Bark floats in water because it is less dense than water.
if its heavier than water it sinks. lighter floats
something lighter than water
It is lighter than water
CO2 floats because its density is less then water. Anything will float if its density is less then water. That is; when a certain volume of CO2 (or anything else) weighs less then the same volume of water.
Yes. It floats on water
Of course. Fresh water floats on salt water, warmer water floats on cooler water, and ice floats on any water.
If you are on the water, you're on top of it, so you'd either be on a boat or a raft or a surfboard or something else that floats.
It is less dense than water, therefore it floats on water.
Because on average you are less dense than water. That is why anything floats on anything else. It is also true that the weight of the water you displace is equal to your weight.
kerosene floats on water because kerosene is less denser than water
Record how high the foam floats in water.
the density of water is higher than the density of wood... & so an iron piece sinks & a ton of wood floats...
freeze water as ice cubes then put it on water and it floats Liquid fresh water floats on salt water Warm water floats on cold water (water's greatest density is when it is 4 degrees Celsius).
The reason why ice will float in water is because ice is not as dense as water, therefore, it floats.