A body of density p floats with a volume v1 of it's total volume V immersed in one liquid of density p1and with the remaining volume V2 immersed in another liquid of density p2 where p1 > p2 find the relative volume immersed in liquids.
Asked by gargpurvi85 | 13th Mar, 2015, 09:07: PM
Given the density of the body = ρ and volume = V
Therefore the mass of the body = Vρ
For a floating body in two liquids,
Weight of the body = Buoyant force of liquid 1 +Buoyant force of liquid 2
Answered by Jyothi Nair | 16th Mar, 2015, 11:52: AM
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