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Can a body displace water( in kg wt) more than its original weight)?2.does buoyant force depend on mass of body or liquid displaced in any case?3.two bodies are in equibrilium when suspended in water from arms of a balance .Mass of one body is 36g its density is 9g/cm3 .If the mass. Of the other is 48g.,its density in g/cm3 is :

Can a body displace water( in kg wt) more than its original weight)?2.does buoyant force depend on mass of body or liquid displaced in any case?3.two bodies are in equibrilium when suspended in water from arms of a balance .Mass of one body is 36g its density is 9g/cm3 .If the mass. Of the other is 48g.,its density in g/cm3 is :

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ayush
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4 years ago
hi friend    
 
1st answer     as it doesnt matter about the kg wt of the body   it depends on density i.e m/v 
 
 
2nd answer  yes it is the defination of the buoyant force
      when a body is  partially or fully immersed in water the the apparent loss wt. of the body = buoyant force

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