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a rectangular box measures 5 x 1 x .5 m. what mass may be loaded in it (including the mass of the box) before it sinks in a lake?

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    mass=density*volume
    volume=5*1*5=25m3
    density=1000kg/m3
    mass=1000*25=25000kg

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