Archimedes principle by Lucy
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One day, the king asked a man called Archimedes to find out if his crown was made of gold or if the goldsmith had put silver in the crown, keeping some gold for himself.
So, Archimedes went home. He had a bath and realized when he sat down in it, some water came out, the amount of how much of him is inside the water.
He then realized that the density of the gold crown is different to the density of the silver crown. Using this information, he could prove that the gold smith took some gold.
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