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Your camera did not float in the sea because it was too dense. In order to have your camera float, you need to look at its density.
Wait! What is "density?" And why does it have an effect on if my camera will float? And how can I make my camera float using density?
Density is the ratio of the mass (the amount of matter in an object) to the volume (how much space an object takes up). This ratio shows the amount of matter per unit of volume.
Density can represent how compact the particles of an object are. In this case, your camera was so dense that it could not float in the water. There were many particles squished into a small space (your camera).
I was trying to record a sea monster by putting my camera in the sea.But the camera just sank! And I'm not giving up on finding that monster! Can you help me?
What's a young kid like you doing out here in the rain?
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