what is the relationship between boyant force and displaced water
Asked by arpitchaudhary123 | 20th Nov, 2019, 03:32: PM
The bouyant force is equal to the weight of the water displaced. If the object immersed in water displaces V volume of water having weight dVg(d=density, V=volume, g=acceleration due to gravity) then bouyant force is equal to F=dVg.
Answered by Utkarsh Lokhande | 20th Nov, 2019, 07:38: PM
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