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How would I determinethe maximum number of letres of milk (with a density of 1030Kg m^-3 ) that can be added to a 50L drum that weights 70N when empty, so that the drum will float in fresh water (density 1000 Kg m^-3)

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6 years ago

bharat bajaj
IIT Delhi
122 Points
```							If the drum would float in water, then its density should be less than that of waterp < 1000Say x litres of milk can be added.Mass of drum = 70/10+ 1.03x ( Here x is in litres. Convert units)Volume of drum = 50p = M/V = (7 + 1.03x)/(50/1000) < 10007 + 1.03x < 50x < 43/1.03This is the maximum milk which you can add.ThanksBharat BajajIIT Delhiaskiitians faculty
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6 years ago
KAPIL MANDAL
132 Points
```							Thank you sir for this answer. Thank you very much.
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