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Icebergs aren't all the same, they all have different mass distributions in different areas of the respective iceberg, there isn't an answer that applies to all icebergs, I guess there's probably some sort of average.
Yeah, actually they are all basically the same... 1/8 above water. Yes, I was trying to cheat. However, it turns out he didn't even give us the right Densitys for ice and saltwater. So cheating wasn't possible. And in the end even tho the question asked specifically for a fraction the answer had to be in scientific notation. Die igor! umm... yeah I failed the test.
''An object at rest cannot be stopped!''
of course it's going to be the same, actually almost exactly the same. The actual mass will change for sure just coz they're all different sizes but the proportion will be identical, gravtec, I thought you studied this stuff.
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Yea well sometimes there's just things I happen upon that I've never really seen before, I was just making some kind of guess. Damnit I even think buoyancy has a linear relationship w/ density, fuck i shoulda known.