Three students are given three identical solids. They measure the volume of water overflowing out of the three overflow cans as shown. When they dip these solids completely in water the volumes of overflow water are denoted as VA, VB, and VC. It will be found that (1) VA = VB = VC (2) VA = VB ≠ VC (3) VA ≠ VB = VC (4) VC = VA ≠ VB

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2016-02-10T18:36:33+05:30
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 Answer: (3) Students B and C have their beakers filled to the same level. Therefore, the volumes of water overflowing from their beakers will be the same (VB = VC). Student A has his beaker filled to a level that is a little lower than the levels of water present in the beaker belonging to students B and C. Therefore, the volume of water overflowing from his beaker will be less than the volumes of water overflowing from the beakers belonging to students B and C. 
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