A fly is "sitting" on the inside wall of a closed bottle. The bottle is standing on a scale. The fly "leaves" the wall and starts flying around inside the bottle. Does the weight that scale shows increase, decrease or remain unchanged?
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remains the same..i guess...cuz flyinf wont change d weight
The weight remains the same. For a weight to act, the object must exert a force or may exert pressure on another object or gas
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It will remain constant only if the fly moves with constant speed. If it moves ,for eg ,up with increasing speed, the scale will go up.
Assuming the scale is sensitive enough to even measure a difference I believe @Diwakar's answer is the most correct.
Whether it's sitting on the wall or flying around the bottle it must exert a downward force to counteract gravity. If it's accelerating the force acting on the scale will obviously change...at a constant speed it will be constant.
i think the wight will decrease due to the fact that the bottle + the fly read same value but now the fly is now in air and not on the bottle . so there for the wight will change
@emekaojei: The fly, even in the air above the bottle, must exert a downward force when flying.
ok. than sir
I think my question was a little unclear as written. "When the fly is "sitting" on the wall, the scale shows weight A. Does it still show weight A when the fly starts flying around" Would've been a better explanation of the problem. Are you guys still at the same conclusion?