A sponge and a bar of soap occupy the same amount of space, but the soap is much more dense than the sponge.
Why might this be? Select one of the options below as your answer:
The soap has a ...
... greater volume than the sponge.
The soap has more mass than the sponge.
The sponge is more buoyant than the soap.
Letter B. The soap has more mass than the sponge.
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