If a solid ball of metal has a concentric spherical cavity with in it if the ball

If A Solid Ball Of Metal Has A Concentric Spherical Physics Question

If a solid ball of metal has a concentric spherical cavity with in it if the ball is heated the volume of the cavity will

Options

(a) increase
(b) decrease
(c) remains unchanged
(d) None of these

Correct Answer:

increase

Explanation:

When a solid ball has a concentric spherical cavity within it is heated, the volume of the cavity will increase.

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1 Comment on If a solid ball of metal has a concentric spherical cavity with in it if the ball

  1. it is because volume is inversely proportional to density and expansion during heating decreases the density of a material so volume increases as mentioned above volume is inversely proportional to density

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