Posted by **Jacob** on Tuesday, March 29, 2011 at 5:15pm.

A cylindrical bottle of oil-and-vinegar salad dressing whose volume is 1/3 vinegar (p=1.01 g/cm^3) and 2/3 oil (p=.910 g/cm^3) is at rest on a table. Initially the oil and the vinegar are separated, with the oil floating on top of the vinegar. The bottle is shaken so that the oil and vinegar mix uniformly, and the bottle is returned to the table. How has the height of the center of mass of the salad dressing changed as a result of the mixing?

a. it is higher

b. it is the same

c. not enough info

d. it is lower

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