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I have no idea how to solve this problem. I feel like I need more information.

For one the new height of the liquid should depends on the volume expansion of the glass tube. I am not given any dimensions of the glass tube other than it's height.

Therefore if I am to believe that only the height of the tube changes then the change in height of the liquid does not depend on the length of expansion of the tube, it would only depend on the expansion of the cross sectional surface area of the tube, But I am not given such information.

Therefore I believe (if only the vertical height of the tube changes) then I will need to compare the change in vertical height to the change in volume of the liquid.

Anyways, I am lost... someone help.

For one the new height of the liquid should depends on the volume expansion of the glass tube. I am not given any dimensions of the glass tube other than it's height.

Therefore if I am to believe that only the height of the tube changes then the change in height of the liquid does not depend on the length of expansion of the tube, it would only depend on the expansion of the cross sectional surface area of the tube, But I am not given such information.

Therefore I believe (if only the vertical height of the tube changes) then I will need to compare the change in vertical height to the change in volume of the liquid.

Anyways, I am lost... someone help.