Ice at the North Pole vs. Ice at the South Pole

the ice in the Arctic is in water while

the ice of Antarctica is on land place

one ice cube in a beaker fill the beaker

with water to the 200 milliliter line in

another beaker pour 200 milliliters of

water place an ice cube on a support

over the beaker let the ice melt and

note the water level in the first beaker

once the ice has melted the water level

doesn't change because the ice was

already occupying its volume in the

water in the second beaker the melted

ice adds to the water level causing a