1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data a 6500kg iceberg is afloat in the sea. the icebergs density is 930kg/m^3 and the sea water has density of 1030kg/m^3 a) find the buoyant force on the iceberg the volume of water displaced and the fraction of the icebergs volume that is below the waterline. 2. Relevant equations F_B=x_displaced=rho g V 3. The attempt at a solution i have no idea how to do this i thought that maybe since its not sinking its in equilibrium relative to something but i have no idea if thats even right or not.. thanks for any help in advance.