Need science help with my brother who weighs 64.0 lbs. 

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My brother weighs 64.0 lbs.  I put him into a tub containing 93.75 gallons of water when filled to the very top. After I put him in, I collected all the water that ran over the side of the tub, and found it to be equal to 0.954 gallons. (A) What is the density of my brother in grams per cubic centimeter? (B) What if next time I do this he has gained 9.7 lbs. and grows big enough to displace 2.15 gallons. Will he still have the same density? Explain and prove your answer.

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