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# for 2 masses.a balance reads F1 and F2 respectively and F1>F2....now,the masses are immersed in water and the balance shows readings f1 and f2....identify statement which is "not" always true.a)f1>f2.....b)F1-F>F2+F....C)f1+f2=F1+F2 D)NONE OF THESE

147 Points
11 years ago

Dear tushar

f1=F1- buoyance force on m1

f2=F2- buoyance force on m2

option a can not be true

because f1 and f2 depends upon buoyance  force on them which depends upon their size .

option c  also cannot be true clearly f1+f2 < F1 +F2

option 2

nothing is given in question abt F

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18 Points
11 years ago

its ans will be=B