The dry density of a soil is 1.5 g/cc. If the saturation water content were 50% then its saturated density and submerged density would, respectively, be
  • a)
    1.5 g/cc and 1.0 g/cc
  • b)
    2.0 g/cc and 1.0 g/cc
  • c)
    2.25 g/cc and 1.25 g/cc
  • d)
    2.50 g/cc and 1.50 g/cc
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

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