1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data a polar bear weighing 1250 kg is on a slab of ice. The slab of ice is at water level. The density of the ice is 925 kg/m3 and the water is 1030 kg/m3. Find the mass of the slab of ice 2. Relevant equations Density = Mass/Volume 3. The attempt at a solution SInce the ice is at water level, this means that the density of the polar bear and the ice togeter is equal to the density of water. Using this, solved for the density of the bear (105 kg/m3). Dont know where to go from here... Cant solve for anything else. Just that the bears density is about 10% of the overall density of water.