anonymous
  • anonymous
The buoyant force on an object fully submerged in a liquid depends on (select all that apply) Answer 1. the object’s mass. 2. the object’s volume. 3. the density of the liquid. 4. the mass of the liquid
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The objects volume.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The bouyant force is defined as force that is equivalent to the weight of water displaced. If I dunk an object underwater the space that was once occupied by water is now occupied by the object so the water "wants" its space back so it pushes upwards with the bouyant force.
John_ES
  • John_ES
The buoyant force depends on the density of the liquid (3) and the object's volume (2), \[F_b=\rho_fVg\]

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anonymous
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heh didn't read the question right.

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