What fraction of the overall mass is steam
A transparent, rigid, sealed container has a volume of 10m^3. The upper half of the container holds steam (of density 5kg/m^3) while the lower half contains water (of density 1000 kg/m^3). What fraction of the overall mass is steam?
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