## Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach with Modern Physics (4th Edition)

$A > C > B$
The fraction of an object's volume that is submerged in a liquid as it floats depends on the density of the object. If an object has a larger density, then a larger fraction of the volume will be submerged. Object A has the largest fraction of its volume submerged, so object A has the largest density. Object B has the smallest fraction of its volume submerged, so object B has the smallest density. We can rank the densities of the objects in order, from largest to smallest: $A > C > B$