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Corum,

Llanto,

Santiago

Introduction

Objectives

Theory and

Equations

Buoyancy

Data Analysis Physics 71.1 Experiment 10

Graph

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Summary and

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tion Corum, Llanto, Santiago

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Synthesis

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Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

Santiago

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Introduction Objectives

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Theory and Equations

Equations

Data Analysis

Graph

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2 Data Analysis

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Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

Santiago

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Theory and

Theory and Equations

Equations

Data Analysis

Graph

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Summary and

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Introduction Objectives

Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

Santiago

Introduction

Objectives

Theory and

Equations

Obtain the density of fluids using the buoyant force

Data Analysis

Graph experienced by an object computed using its apparent

Guide Questions

weight while suspended in air and in water.

Summary and

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tion

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Sources of Error

Synthesis

Introduction Objectives

Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

Santiago

Introduction

Objectives

Theory and

Equations

Obtain the density of fluids using the buoyant force

Data Analysis

Graph experienced by an object computed using its apparent

Guide Questions

weight while suspended in air and in water.

Summary and

Recommenda-

tion

Calculate the density of irregularly shaped solid objects

Accomplished

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using the buoyant force.

Sources of Error

Synthesis

Introduction Theory and Equations

Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

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Introduction Theory and Equations

Buoyancy

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Theory and

The theory used for this experiment is the Archimedes

Equations

Principle.

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Introduction Theory and Equations

Buoyancy

Corum,

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Introduction

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Theory and

The theory used for this experiment is the Archimedes

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Principle.

Data Analysis

Graph

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Summary and

Recommenda- When a body is completely or partially immersed in a fluid, the

tion

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fluid exerts an upward force on the body equal to the weight of

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Introduction Theory and Equations

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FB = ρf gVsub (1)

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FB = ρf gVsub (1)

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When an object is fully submerged in an incompressible fluid

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Graph W = ρgVsub (2)

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Introduction Theory and Equations

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Corum,

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FB = ρf gVsub (1)

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When an object is fully submerged in an incompressible fluid

Data Analysis

Graph W = ρgVsub (2)

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Summary and

Recommenda- Combining (1) and (2) yields

tion

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Sources of Error ρ= ρf (3)

Synthesis FB

Introduction Theory and Equations

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Introduction

FB = ρf gVsub (1)

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When an object is fully submerged in an incompressible fluid

Data Analysis

Graph W = ρgVsub (2)

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Summary and

Recommenda- Combining (1) and (2) yields

tion

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Synthesis FB

Also,

FB = Tair − Tfluid (4)

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Buoyant Force Vs. Volume Submerged

0.18

Introduction 0.16 y = 9.5333x - 0.0054

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0.1

0.08

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Buoyant Force Vs. Volume Submerged

0.18

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0.1

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Summary and 0 0.002 0.004 0.006 0.008 0.01 0.012 0.014 0.016 0.018

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Buoyant Force Vs. Volume Submerged

0.18

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0.1

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ρf = 0.97kg /L (6)

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Data Analysis If you use a bigger object in calculating the fluid density, what

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will happen to the result?

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Corum,

Llanto,

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Data Analysis If you use a bigger object in calculating the fluid density, what

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will happen to the result?

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Synthesis

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Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

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Introduction

Objectives If the object had cavities...

Theory and

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a. What will happen to the buoyant force?

Data Analysis

Graph

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Summary and

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tion

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Synthesis

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Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

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Introduction

Objectives If the object had cavities...

Theory and

Equations

a. What will happen to the buoyant force?

Data Analysis

Graph It remains the same.

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Summary and

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tion

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Sources of Error

Synthesis

Data Analysis Guide Questions

Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

Santiago

Introduction

Objectives If the object had cavities...

Theory and

Equations

a. What will happen to the buoyant force?

Data Analysis

Graph It remains the same.

Guide Questions

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tion

Accomplished

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Sources of Error

Synthesis

Data Analysis Guide Questions

Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

Santiago

Introduction

Objectives If the object had cavities...

Theory and

Equations

a. What will happen to the buoyant force?

Data Analysis

Graph It remains the same.

Guide Questions

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tion It remains the same.

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Sources of Error

Synthesis

Data Analysis Guide Questions

Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

Santiago

Objectives If the object had cavities...

Theory and

Equations

a. What will happen to the buoyant force?

Data Analysis

Graph It remains the same.

Guide Questions

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tion It remains the same.

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Sources of Error

c. Will you get the correct density of the material?

Synthesis

Data Analysis Guide Questions

Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

Santiago

Objectives If the object had cavities...

Theory and

Equations

a. What will happen to the buoyant force?

Data Analysis

Graph It remains the same.

Guide Questions

Recommenda-

tion It remains the same.

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Sources of Error

c. Will you get the correct density of the material?

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No.

Data Analysis Guide Questions

Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

Santiago

Objectives If the object had cavities...

Theory and

Equations

a. What will happen to the buoyant force?

Data Analysis

Graph It remains the same.

Guide Questions

Recommenda-

tion It remains the same.

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Sources of Error

c. Will you get the correct density of the material?

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No.

Summary and Recommendation Accomplished Objectives

Buoyancy

Llanto,

Santiago

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Introduction Objectives

Objectives

Theory and

Theory and Equations

Equations

Graph

Guide Questions

2 Data Analysis

Summary and

Graph

Recommenda-

tion

Guide Questions

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Objectives

Sources of Error

Synthesis 3 Summary and Recommendation

Accomplished Objectives

Sources of Error

Synthesis

Summary and Recommendation Accomplished Objectives

Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

Santiago

Introduction

Objectives

Theory and

Equations

Obtain the density of fluids using the buoyant force

Data Analysis

Graph experienced by an object computed using its apparent

Guide Questions

weight while suspended in air and in water.

Summary and

Recommenda-

tion

Accomplished

Objectives

Sources of Error

Synthesis

Summary and Recommendation Accomplished Objectives

Buoyancy

Corum,

Llanto,

Santiago

Introduction

Objectives

Theory and

Equations

Obtain the density of fluids using the buoyant force

Data Analysis

Graph experienced by an object computed using its apparent

Guide Questions

weight while suspended in air and in water.

Summary and

Recommenda-

tion

Calculate the density of irregularly shaped solid objects

Accomplished

Objectives

using the buoyant force.

Sources of Error

Synthesis

Summary and Recommendation Sources of Error

Buoyancy

Llanto,

Santiago

1 Introduction

Introduction Objectives

Objectives

Theory and

Theory and Equations

Equations

Graph

Guide Questions

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Summary and

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tion

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Graph Possible cavities in the object

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Llanto,

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The group would suggest an alternative experiment. Instead of

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Graph having multiple trials on the same object, the group suggests

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that different objects should be used (preferably everyday

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