FIND THE ANSWERS

Steel is denser than water and yet steel ships float? Explain?

Answer this question

  • Steel is denser than water and yet steel ships float? Explain?


Answers

Answer #1 | 21/05 2017 09:49
The steel in ships encases a large area of air, which keeps the ship afloat.
Positive: 57.894736842105 %
Answer #2 | 21/05 2017 09:47
displacement
Positive: 45.205479452055 %
Answer #3 | 21/05 2017 09:38
They are basically just a steel shell and so their density is a lot less than water and so they float.
Positive: 48.529411764706 %

Possible answer