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The water level in the beaker remains the same.

When ice block floats in water,  the mass of water it displaces is equal to its mass.  When ice cube melts the water obtained has the same mass.

Hence, the mass of water displaced and mass of water obtained from melting of ice cubes is the same.  Hence, there is no overflow or increase of water level.
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