1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 6500-kg iceberg with density 931kg/m^3 is afloat in seawater with density 1030kg/m^3. a) Find the buoyant force on the iceberg b) the volume of water displaced by the iceberg c) The fraction of the icebergs volume that is below the waterline. 2. Relevant equations Fb = pgV V = (mg -Wa)/pg 3. The attempt at a solution I have tried everything this is one of the hardest questions for this part. All solutions i have attempted end up equalling themselves or 1 or 0 or something u knw. Im guessing some sort of simultaneous equation setup is need or find the fraction of the Volume that is underwater first somehow but i just cant get there. If someone who has done this sort of prob bfore can tell me the secret ill b happy :D. CHeers.