# Question 5.C-A.53: An ice cube, having a stone of 500 g placed on its top, is f...

An ice cube, having a stone of 500 g placed on its top, is floating in water with its lateral sides placed vertically. It displaces 5 kg of water. Suddenly, the stone slips into water. Because of this ice cube rises by $\frac{1}{10}$ th of its length above the water level. What is the density of the ice cube?

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