|Nov27-04, 05:41 PM||#1|
This isn't actually a homework problem but I figured it could go here anyway. Lets say there is a spherical iceberg floating in the ocean it has a radius of say 10m. If 9/10 of the volume of the iceberg is submerged, how far above the surface of the water does the iceberg stick out? How would I go about finding this?
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