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Helium has a density of 0.1786 kg/m3, and air has a density of 1.275 kg/m3. If a balloon is filled with 0.1 m3 of helium, how heavy can the balloon itself be before it will no longer float?

Helium has a density of 0.1786 kg/m3, and air has a density of 1.275 kg/m3. If a balloon is filled with 0.1 m3 of helium, how heavy can the balloon itself be before it will no longer float?

  1. What is the mass of helium in the balloon?
  2. What is the maximum mass of the balloon?


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