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## Challenge for a true warrior!

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22 July, 2016, 9:28 AM UTC

What will happen to the water in the glass, when the ice melts?

2,000 Sapphires will go to one of the Lords and Ladies to give the correct answer!

Oberon, Heir of Veyon, Scion of the Firstborn, Lord Regent of Stormfall
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22 July, 2016, 10:22 AM UTC
Well, if the glass is not leaking the water will stay in the glass. Given enough time with the heat from the room the water will vaporize.
Fighter Sifr of Fellowship
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22 July, 2016, 11:01 AM UTC
will be a life support for a flower or will clean some blood from the armor of Oberon
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22 July, 2016, 12:13 PM UTC

becomes liquid and reduces the volume occupied

ps, logically there is an exchange of temperature until to ambient temperature

The truth hurts
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22 July, 2016, 5:43 PM UTC

I bet the expected answer is the water level will go down due to the density differences between liquid and frozen water. However in that image there is so much ice above the water level (looks like about halfway up the glass) that the water level will actually rise.

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22 July, 2016, 6:14 PM UTC
Nothing :)
Nemanja
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22 July, 2016, 9:47 PM UTC
the ice won't melt because it ts too cold in the chamber of frost
Dan F
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23 July, 2016, 2:53 AM UTC
you'll drink it.
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23 July, 2016, 3:47 AM UTC

If the ice made from same water as is in the glass the water level will not change. (Archimedes' Principle 1)

If the ice made from another kind of water, where density is lower or higher than density of water from which ice was made, than answer can be different.

P.S.: When was ice maker discovered? (No reward for right answer, I'm not Lord Oberon)

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23 July, 2016, 8:42 AM UTC

Drogar61 said:

If the ice made from same water as is in the glass the water level will not change. (Archimedes' Principle 1)

If the ice made from another kind of water, where density is lower or higher than density of water from which ice was made, than answer can be different.

P.S.: When was ice maker discovered? (No reward for right answer, I'm not Lord Oberon)

Archimedes' Principle is for buoyant force

The truth hurts
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23 July, 2016, 6:53 PM UTC
Level of water will rise.
Kjkl
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23 July, 2016, 11:09 PM UTC
jumy said:

Drogar61 said:

If the ice made from same water as is in the glass the water level will not change. (Archimedes' Principle 1)

If the ice made from another kind of water, where density is lower or higher than density of water from which ice was made, than answer can be different.

P.S.: When was ice maker discovered? (No reward for right answer, I'm not Lord Oberon)

Archimedes' Principle is for buoyant force

Exactly.
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25 July, 2016, 5:29 AM UTC

There was no water in the glass, so how can anything happen to it.

Edit:

But in case there is water, then nothing will happen.

But in Stormfall, a Niagara Fall will be created.
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25 July, 2016, 7:53 AM UTC

harharhar

"will spill and wet the battlefield it's filled with blood in stormfall"

TuMpAL
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28 July, 2016, 8:09 AM UTC
the water will not spill, stay at same level
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28 July, 2016, 8:44 AM UTC
as the ice melts the level will stay the same
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28 July, 2016, 10:58 AM UTC

Difficult to tell from the picture.....

But assuming there is water up to the brim already then the water will spill over.
Everyone has a right to an opinion. No one has a right to their opinion being respected by other if it can't be backed up with rational and logic explanation
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28 July, 2016, 11:20 AM UTC
Water level will remain the same. The water that the ice melts into will take the same volume as the ice cube displaced.
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28 July, 2016, 9:37 PM UTC
the ice wont melt. the server will crash.
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28 July, 2016, 10:49 PM UTC
As a true warrior, I will empty the water on the ground and demand a real drink!
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