Why Dont Ships Sink?

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Ship won't sink in the sea because the density of ship is lower than the sea or ocean. The weight they have is enough to displace the same equal amount of water and because this water has nowhere to go, it pushes upwards because of the force gravity and thus makes the ship float. Ships are also made or built to resist water so that the density will be much lower.
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