What is the answer to could there be water inside a marble?
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yes it is because it does not absorb water. <><><><> Above is not quite correct. Marble is water resistant. Different grades of marble have different rates of water absorption. One major US building was skinned with marble, and had to be redone- the marble selected was the wrong grade, absorbed more water than was covered in the design, and marble panels were bowing away from the framework. It does not absorb water like wood, but…
When a marble is dropped in a bucket of water it sinks to the bottom. Is it because the marble weighs more than an equivalent volume of the water or the marble has greater mass volume than the water O?
All of the above? You can say the same thing in many ways. All of the following are different ways of saying the same thing, and all are correct: The marble sinks because the marble weighs more that an equivalent volume of water. The marble sinks because its density is greater than the density of water. The marble sinks because it has a greater mass than than same volume of water (and there is gravity/acceleration).