how is the bouyant force of a liquid dependanton density of liquid?

Asked by shibin.george | 14th Apr, 2008, 12:23: PM

Expert Answer:

Greater the density of the fluid greater is the upthrust/buoyant force it applies on the body.

For example, when a piece of wood is pushed into different fluids, different forces have to be applied to do so. The denser the fluid, more is the force required to push a body into it.

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