Question Solved1 Answer QUESTION 5 An iceberg in the ocean floats with one-seventh of its volume above the surface. What portion (in percent) of its volume would be above the surface if ice were floating in pure water? Use specific gravity of ocean water=1.03. USE 2 DECIMAL PLACES.

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Transcribed Image Text: QUESTION 5 An iceberg in the ocean floats with one-seventh of its volume above the surface. What portion (in percent) of its volume would be above the surface if ice were floating in pure water? Use specific gravity of ocean water=1.03. USE 2 DECIMAL PLACES.
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Transcribed Image Text: QUESTION 5 An iceberg in the ocean floats with one-seventh of its volume above the surface. What portion (in percent) of its volume would be above the surface if ice were floating in pure water? Use specific gravity of ocean water=1.03. USE 2 DECIMAL PLACES.
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weight at sea water displaced = weight af re weight = volume x densityThus, Volume of Sea water displaced xxY_(Sw)=V_(1ce)xxgamma_(ice){:[{:[V_("iee ")-(V_("ice "))/(7)]xxgamma_("sw ")=V_("ice ")xxgamma_("ice "):}],[V_("ice ")[1-(1)/(7)]xxgamma_("sw ")=V_("ice ")xxr_("ice ")],[(gamma_("ice "))/(gamma_("sw "))=(6)/(f)-(1)]:}In fres ... See the full answer