Consider the following - a submerged object displaces its volume, but a floating object displaces its weight. You also know (or can assume) the load is evenly distributed. So you can take the weight of the load (the horse) and apportion the displacement evenly across the boat. Now you are better prepared to calculate the answer.
Soil floats on water!
Oil is denser than cork, so the cork would float.
Oakwood floats on water because it is less dense than parrafin. water has a density of about 1.0 g/cm3 and anything less than that floats (oakwood) and anything more than that sinks (parrafin) I do not know the answer to this question, however I do konwthat parrafin has a density of 0.8 g/cm3 so it should float on water.
it depends on the density of each plastic floats better!
sugar increase density of the water so the seed floats
A pencil floats, a human no float, a feather floats, paper floats, ice floats, keys do not float, rocks do not float, coins do not, flip flops float. Second answer: I think you meant to ask, 'What floats and then some time later starts to sink. If that is what you meant, the answer is: There are absorbent substances which float when dry, then after absorbing water while they are floating, they increase in density and then sink.
The float has air in it.
prone float, supine float,
It will float because water has more density than air and barges have air in them
it floats because it floats, and that is the answer. thank you thank you!
Noah's Ark was made of wood. Wood naturally floats. It is believed to have been a barge shape and needed only to float. Check out Ron Wyatt. He thought he found the location of the ark in Turkey.
it floats by the forces of the wind and the keel it helps it to float!
everything which has less density than water will float.....
It does float but it floats in the air.Answer The term from parades probably origates from boats in that the floats appeared to travel without support because of hidden wheels ( or even human legs).