## Which is denser? The water in a swimming pool or a quarter (coin).

Question

Which is denser?

The water in a swimming pool or a quarter (coin).

in progress 0
3 years 2021-09-02T13:44:00+00:00 2 Answers 7 views 0

The coin is denser than any of the liquids, and will sink through everything. The oil is the least dense liquid, so it will float on the water, and the syrup is the densest liquid, so it will sink below the water.

Explanation:

cute copy and paste? ☏ ♡ ☆⋆◦★◦⋆°*•°

. * . . ° . ● ° .

¸ . ★ ° :. . • ° . * :. ☆

° :. ° .☆ . ● .° °★

★ ★°★ . * . °☆ . ● . ★ ° . • ○ ● . ☆ ★ ° ☆ ¸. ¸ ★ . • ° . *

¸ . ★ ° :. :. . ¸ . ● ¸ ° ¸. * ● ¸ °☆

☆ °☆ . * ● ¸ . ★¸ .

. * . . ° . ● ° .

° :. ° . ☆ . . • . ● .° °★ Not sure how to copy and paste? Just right click your mouse and choose copy in options, to release repeat the process and just paste it. No mouse? Select the text with your computer pad and use ctrl c to release, ctrl v. On mobile? Press on your screen and select the text, use the option copy and paste wherever you would like!

2. You can use the information below to calculate it 🙂

Density of water: 1000 kg/m3.

Density of the coin: copper 8.96   g/cm^3

nickel   8.90   g/cm^3

1 kg = 1000 g

All you have to do now is convert it and thats it