actually i am not understanding the video of archmedes principle lesson of relative density part.So that can you pls make another video and upload it
Asked by meghan78 | 8th Dec, 2018, 12:50: PM
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Archimedes principal state that if a body is partially or fully submerged in liquid then weight of the liquid displaced by body is equal to the weight of yhe body.
Up thrust force =ρ×v×g
Where ρ is density of liquid , v is the immersed volume of body in liquid, g is acceleration due to gravity.
Answered by Ankit K | 8th Dec, 2018, 10:41: PM
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