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# How Density was Involved with the Titanic.

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## Skyler Bennett

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How Density was Involved with the Titanic.
How Density Was Involved With The Titanic
By Skyler Bennett
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How and why it Floated
The titanic was made mostly from iron and steel. But steel has a density of about eight times that of water, so you would expect it to sink. However, most of the titanics volume was occupied by air. The air has about one-thousandth that of water. Therefore, the average density of the ship was less than the density of the water. That's why the titanic floated.
Why It Sank
When the titanic hit the iceberg, water rushed into the ships hull and displaced the air. The average density of the water and the steel ship was greater than the density of the water. The result of this caused the titanic to sink to the bottom of the Atlantic.
The Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15th, 1912 after colliding with an iceberg during it's voyage to New York City. The sinking of the Titanic caused the deaths of over 1,500 people in one of the deadliest disasters in modern history.
Introduction
In conclusion, density had a lot to do with the Titanic and it wouldn't have floated if the density wasn't measured correctly then the Titanic wouldn't have floated. Therefore, density has a very important role in everything that floats.
Conclusion
Statistics
Length: 882 feet and 6 inches.
Height: 175 feet (the boat deck was 60 feet above waterline.
Weight: 46,328 tons
\$7.5 million (1912 U.S dollars, \$40 million today)
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