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Question #1270
A piece of ice is gently placed on the surface of water filled in a glass tumbler, so the water rises to the brim.
What will happen to the level of water when the ice melts? Will the water overflow? If not, explain with reason.
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Expert's answer
2011-01-05T13:50:54-0500
Since, according the Archimedes law, the weight of displaced water is equal to the weight of a submerged body, when the ice melts, water level will remain the same.

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