Two objects made of the same material were alternately placed in a basin of water. Object A, a sphere, displaced 32 mL of water; while Object B, a cube, displaced twice this volume. If the length of each side of the cube is reduced to ½ the original measurement, which of the following is a true statement describing what happens to the mass of Object B? The density of the material is 1.4 g/mL. (1 mL = 1 cu. cm.)
Object B’s final mass is reduced to
Object B’s final mass becomes equal to the mass of Object A.
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