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8 April, 02:55

How does the buoyant force affect a submerged object

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  1. 8 April, 03:04
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    The buoyant force is the pressure of the object being forced upward.

    Weight of the object affects the buoyant force of the submerged object; as weight is added to the object, it will cause the object to sink. The more weight ... the more it will sink.

    If the weight is less than the buoyant force, it will cause the object to go up.

    If the weight is the same as the buoyant force, the object will stay in the same position.
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