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in a fluid is its apparent weight.

The apparent weight loss of the object is due to

buoyant force.

When in water, the object

experiences two forces:

(a) The actual weight which

acts downwards

(b) The buoyant force which

acts upwards.

The buoyant force is equal to the apparent

loss in weight.

Buoyant force = actual weight apparent weight

= 25 15

= 10 N

The object displaces a volume of water. The bigger the volume of the

object immersed, the bigger the volume of the liquid displaced.

Volume of liquid displaced = volume of the submerged part of the

object

EXPLAIN WHY A BOAT MADE OF STEEL WILL FLOAT IN WATER,

BUT A BLOCK OF STEEL WILL SINK

A block of steel will displaced a small

volume of water only. So the buoyant

force acting on it is smaller than its

weight. Therefore it sinks

A ship floats on the surface of the sea

because the volume of water displaced by

the ship is sufficiently large. The weight

of water displaced is large so the buoyant

force acting on the ship is also greater.

Weight of ship equal Buoyant force.

Therefore it floats.

Although a ship is constructed of metal, which has a Larger density than

water, its shape is hollow so that the overall density of the ship is smaller

than the sea water.

As a result, the buoyant force acting on the ship is large enough to support

its weight.

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