1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two Identical glasses are filled to the same level. One is filled with fresh water (density=1 gm/cm^3) and the other with salt water (density=1.025g/cm^3) Into each glass a cube of ice (density= 0.92 gm/cm^3) one cm on each side is placed. What is the height of the ice above water level in each glass? 2. Relevant equations Maybe Archimedes' principal? We never really went over this in class 3. The attempt at a solution I honestly have no idea... Do we subtract the densities to get the cm of displacement? Like the ice in freshwater is .08 becase 1-.92=.08? I am truly lost.