Does a glass of milk have more in common with a hunk of steel or a glass of water?

A glass of water since milk is mostly made up of water. Milk and water have essentially the same boiling/melting points, both are liquids, and milk has a density closer to water than steel.

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    on October 9th, 2015

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Does a glass of milk have more in common with a hunk of steel or a glass of water?

Since a glass of milk contains water in it, i would say water.

  1. GiddyUp
    on November 30th, -0001

    water

  2. Stare
    on November 30th, -0001

    my guess is steel cuz its also made of water but steel also has calcium just like milk

  3. Salinger
    on November 30th, -0001

    Don’t know if it helps, but it’s got more in common with a cow than either a hunk of steel or a glass of water. Maybe you could cross correlate a cow with a hunk of steel and a glass of water and get some useful data or insight from this?

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