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    the diagram shows a piece of wood in the shape of a cuboid. diagram: 3cm width, 20cm length, 1.2m for the volume of cuboid The piece of wood is 3cm by 20cm by 1.2m. The mass of wood will float in sea water if the density of the wood is less than the density of the sea water. In a large pool, 1 litre of sea water has a mass of 1030g. Will the piece of wood float in this pool? You Must show how you get your answer. (4 marks worth)
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    the diagram shows a piece of wood in the shape of a cuboid. diagram: 3cm width, 20cm length, 1.2m for the volume of cuboid The piece of wood is 3cm by 20cm by 1.2m. The mass of wood will float in sea water if the density of the wood is less than the density of the sea water. In a large pool, 1 litre of sea water has a mass of 1030g. Will the piece of wood float in this pool? You Must show how you get your answer. (4 marks worth)
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