A piece of ice floats in the vessel. How will the volume of water in the vessel change if the ice melts?

The volume of water in the vessel after the piece of ice that floats in it melts will not change at all. The mass of both this ice and the water after its melting is the same. Therefore, the volume that the piece of ice occupied in the vessel will replace the same volume of water formed after the ice has melted.

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