If we remove the atmosphere, will our weight be the same ? So why isn't our weight = gravity + pressing force from atmosphere. The air is pressing us! Bonus question: do we need to include atm when calculating buoyancy?

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weight=m*g
atm pressure has nothing to do with it
nor with bouyant force

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