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This *may* help.

Ice is basically frozen water. Pure water with no impurities weighs 28.1 kilograms per cubic foot. And water expands by 4% when frozen, thus one cubic foot of water expands to 1.04 cubic feet of ice. Following this logic you can say one cubic foot of ice weighs 26.9 Kilograms.
 

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Rolymo, I've no idea what you do for a living but I'd employ you!
 

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Rolymo said:
Just seen this on SUK website.Apologies if someone has posted this already.
http://www.skoda.co.uk/models/new-yeti/competition/Pages/default.aspx
Worth a go since it's free.
Well ROLYMO if anyone wins I recon you should get your % of the action! (at least your next service paid for!)

You sound like an expert to me - now then how do you define an expert? Errrr um oh yes,
X is an unknown quantity and spurt is a drip under pressure!!
Only kidding, you have got an awfull lot of beardy brains doing back of a *** packet calculations in an attempt to blag a rather worthwhile Freebie.

Plus it mercifully keeps me quiet, whilst I & many others wait for 01.03.14!
Thanks itwas a good find .
 

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And the ice cube isn't solid!!

Edited by: Llanigraham
 
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