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Buoyancy Demonstration
Buoyancy Demonstration
Buoyancy Demonstration
Buoyancy Demonstration
Buoyancy Demonstration
Buoyancy Demonstration
Buoyancy Demonstration
Buoyancy Demonstration
Buoyancy Demonstration
Buoyancy Demonstration
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Buoyancy Demonstration

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A simple demonstration of buoyancy.

A simple demonstration of buoyancy.

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  • 1. boat 35 Newtons 40 Newtons Buoyancy Demonstration
  • 2. boat 35 Newtons 40 Newtons Which force is the buoyant force?
  • 3. boat 35 Newtons 40 Newtons Which force is the buoyant force? buoyant force weight force (gravity)
  • 4. boat 35 Newtons 40 Newtons What is going to happen to the boat? buoyant force
  • 5. boat It is moving up because the buoyant force was greater than the weight force.
  • 6. boat It is moving up because the buoyant force was greater than the weight force.
  • 7. boat It is moving up because the buoyant force was greater than the weight force.
  • 8. boat It is moving up because the buoyant force was greater than the weight force.
  • 9. boat Why did the boat stop moving up?
  • 10. boat The weight force is now balanced with the buoyant force. 35 Newtons 35 Newtons

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