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An object with a specific mass greater than water will sink when placed in a container filled with that liquid. Which of the following statements is correct?
a.
The object will sink because the density of the water will be lower than that of the object.
b.
The object will not sink because the density of the water will be greater than that of the object.
c.
The object will float because the density of the water will be lower than that of the object.
d.
The object will not sink because the density of the water will be equal to that of the object.
e.
The object will float because the density of the water will be greater than that of the object.

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