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Why does a ship rise as it enters the sea from a river?

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asked Dec 11, 2011 in math and science by anonymous

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The density of sea water is high due to impurities and salts compared to river water as a result; the upthurst produced by the sea water on the ship is more than that of river water.
answered Dec 11, 2011 by anonymous

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