# An ice cube is floating in water contained in a beaker. When the ice melts, what will happen to the level of water in the beaker??

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2015-05-16T21:40:00+05:30

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The water level remains the same when the ice cube melts.

havent u learnt abt it in 9th?
why ???
because,actually, an object fully or partially immersed in a fluid will experiance an upthrust which is equal to the amount of water displaced by it / its weight
remember?
The water level remain the same....
2015-05-16T23:26:58+05:30
I agree with the other user . The level of water will neither increase nor decrease. The upthrust would be equal to the amount of water displaced by it. So, the ice floats , and there is some increment in the level of water and hence when this ice melts there is no change in the water level