We do not use the same amount of water everyday for the same purposes because everyday we all have to use water for different reasons. For example: If we're told to wash the car tomorrow, we're not going to be accurate with the amount of water we use. This is because of the size of the car or lack of water use that maybe due to water cuts and washing the car by hand and bucket or not keeping track of the amount you use.
Other examples: The everyday needs for water like washing the dishes, washing the clothes, cooking food that takes up water, etc.
These other examples are some of the many things we use water for everyday. My observations for the past 4 weeks for this write up has taught me many things and has answered all my questions to conserving water because it is one thing we all cannot live without.
If there was no water, there would be no life.
It is Highly unlikely.
Yes, if all of the objects have the same amount of volume they will displace the same amount of water!
what you think happens to the frazen cup of water tat melts will it be the same amount of water as originally had
No. Freshwater does not have the same amount of dissolved materials as sea water. Sea water has a much greater amount of salt dissolved in it.
No part of the Earth receives the same amount of light every day, but every point on Earth receives the same amount of light in a whole year.
Yes, it is the same amount, but they do not weight the same
The same percent
The amount stays the same but some of it changes to steam and water vapour and it will disappear.