A Metallic Ball Has Spherical Cavity At Its Centre. If The Ball Is Heated, What Happens To The Cavity?

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A metallic ball has spherical cavity at its centre. If the ball is heated, what happens to the cavity?


Correct option is

Its volume increases

The cavity inside the sphere expands in the same way as a solid sphere of the size of cavity would expand.



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