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The density of water is greater than the density of kerosene oil. If the two are mixed:

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The density of water is greater than the density of kerosene oil. If the two are mixed:

(A) Water floats on kerosene

(B) Kerosene floats on water

(C) Kerosene dissolves in water

(D) They mix uniformly

asked Aug 13, 2016 in GK/Education by Avinash (11,610 points)

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Correct Answer - (B) Kerosene floats on water

answered Aug 13, 2016 by Eklavya (11,020 points)

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