# List two factors on which buoyant force depends.

volume and water displaced

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bouyant force depends on the  density of fluid and the density of the object .

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1.Buoyant force is directly propotional to the volume of fluid displaced by solid.

2.Buoyant force is  directly propotional to the density of fluid in which a solid is immersed.

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Buoyancy depends on the volume of the object and the density of the fluid .

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Bouyant force depends upon the DENSITY of the fluid and the VOLUME of the object.

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Factors affecting buoyancy:-

1.It is directoly propotional to volume or size of object immersed.

2. Directoly propotional to density of fluid.

3. It is propotional to 'g'.

4 . It is also propotional to 1/temperature.

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Buoyant force depends upon the Density of the fluid and the Volume of the object

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The two factors on which the bouyant fforce depends are -
1. Volume of the object immersed in it.
2. Density of the liquid in which it is immersed.
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The 2 factors are:
a)volume of the object which is immersed
b)density of the fluid in which the object is immersed
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according to archimedes principle,
bouyant force = w (liquid displaced)
= mass(liquid displaced) *g
= m/v (liquid displaced) * v(liquid displaced) * g
= density (liquid) * v (liquid displaced) * g
since g is constant on earth,

buoyant force depends on density (liquid) and volume (liquid displaced)
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density of fluid and volume of objects immersed in fluid
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chitti kaka
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The buoyancy force is caused by the pressure exerted by the fluid in which an object is immersed.
The buoyancy force always points upwards because the pressure of a fluid increases with depth.
You can calculate the buoyancy force either directly by computing the force exerted on each of the object's surfaces, or indirectly by finding the weight of the displaced fluid.
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Volume of the object and weight of the water displaced...
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Volume of object immersed and density of fluid
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Factors of buoyancy
It depends on density of fluid

It depends on the volume of the OBJECT

It DOES NOT depend on volume of fluid
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It depends on the volume of object and on the density of the liquid.
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IT DEPENDS UPON
1. ACCLERATION DUE TO THE GRAVITY(g)
2. mass of the water displaced
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Buoyancy depends on the following factors Volume of the body submerged in the liquid or volume of fluid displaced. Density of the liquid THUMBS UP 👍 Plz if you find it relevant 😃
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Acceleration due to gravity(g) Temperature Pressure exerted by liquid Volume Density Size of object Weight of fluid
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it depends on density of fluid and density of object
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Abcdeg
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density and volume
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Buoyancy of a body depends on the following factors: Volume of the body submerged in the liquid or volume of the liquid displaced. Density of the liquid. Acceleration due to gravity.

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density and volume
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volume of object
density of fluid in which the object is immersed
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volume and density
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Buoyant force depends upon the MASS of the object,its VOLUME,its DENSITY,or material from which it's maded
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bouyant force depends upon
density of fliud and volume of object
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there are actually 3 factors on which bouyant force depends VOLUME of object. DENSITY of fluid and ACCELARATION due to gravity..
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It is depend on the 1) Volume of the object 2) Density of the liquid
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Difference between thrust and pressure
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Force Force is a cause that changes or tends to change the motion of rest, direction, speed, shape and size of a object. Each force is not a thrust. Thrust The perpendicular force acting on a surface is called thrust. Each thrust is a force.
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If an object is immersed in a liquid then the buoyant force due to liquid acts on the object in "Vertically Upward direction ".So "VERTICALLY UPWARD DIRECTION"
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LOL buddy we r not meant for that!!
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buoyant force depends on :
1. volume
2. dnsity
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A high heel sandal has a greater impact than a flat heel sandal .why?
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volume of the object immersed in the liquid

density of the liquid
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On the water density and rhe weight submerged.in a fluid
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An iron ball of wieght 11 kg in air and 8 kg when immersed in water. Find its relative density?
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IT DEPENDS UPON ;
1.VOLUME OF AN OBJECT
2.DENSITY OF A FLUID
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buoyant force depends on volume and density of te fliud
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buoyant force depends on -
1.volume of the object
2.density of the object
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It only depends on two factors:
The density and the volume of the liquid displaced.
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The factors are volume and density.
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it is directly proportional to volume and density
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• DENSITY OF LIQUID
• VOLUME OF THE LIQUID DISPLACED BY IMMERSED BODY
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volume of liquid displaced and density of the fluid.
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• volume of object
• density of fluid
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By Density of fluid and volume.

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Volume and Density....
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* The density of the fluid, the volume of the fluid displaced, and. the local acceleration due to gravity.

* The mass of the immersed object or. the density of the immersed object.
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FACTORS AFFECTING THE BUOYANT FORCE ARE :- 1:) VOLUME OF THE BODY IMMERSED IN LIQUID. 2:) DENSITY OF LIQUID (FLUID). 3:) ACCELERATION DUE TO GRAVITY.
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The magnitude of buoyant force acting on an object immersed in a liquid depends on two factors :
1) volume of object immersed in the liquid
2) density of the liquid
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?Volume of object

?Density of water
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buoyant force is directly propotional to the volume displaced by the solid and the density of fluid in which a solid is immersed
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Volume and density
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Buoyancy depends on:- 1) volume of object 2) density of fluid
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1)volume of the object submerged
2)density of the fluid
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Density of object and liquid medium
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Factors affecting Buoyant force :- 1. Volume Of the object immersed in a liquid.2. Density Of the liquid .
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Volume and density
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i)volume of object ii) density of water
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1)Density(directly proportional). 2)Volume(directly proportional)
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Buoyant force depend on two factors
1.volume
2.density
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1.Density of the liquid
2.Volume of the object
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Density&volume
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1.size and volume of a body
2.density of a liquid
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Density and volume
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Buoyant force is dependent on two factor
? Volume
? Density
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1) Density of Liquid
2) Volume of the solid
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two factors on which buoyant force depends are:-
1. density of that fluid
2. upthrust applied by it
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Density of the liquids weight of the solid
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~ density of liquid.
~ mass of object ./vol. Of obj.
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Density of liquid
Acceleration due to gravity
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?1.Buoyant force is directly propotional to the volume of fluid displaced by solid.

2.Buoyant force is? directly propotional to the density of fluid in which?a solid is immersed
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An iron nail sinks and a cork floats when placed on the surface of water
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Buoyant force depends on some factors like :-
(1) weight of the substance that u put into water determine that what amount of buyont force act on it.
(2)How much force u use to press down the substance into the water then equal amount of buyont force applied on substance.
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The buoyant force depends on the surface area of the body
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Volume of the body submerged
Density of the water
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Two factors on which buoyant force depends are -- 1.density of the liquid
2.volume of object immersed
3.acceleration due to gravity
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Density in liquid
Volume of submerged object
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Buoyant force depands on
Volume of the object immersed.
Density of the liquid
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Density of the liquid, volume of immersed object.
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?1.Buoyant force is directly propotional to the volume of fluid displaced by solid.

2.Buoyant force is? directly propotional to the density of fluid in which?a solid is immersed
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Volume of body submerged in water and acceleration due to gravity
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Acceleration due to gravity volume of body submerged in water
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It depends mainly on relative density and the water displace out when any object is placed in water if water displaced is more that more is the buoyancy force and the relative density also plays a major role while it is more then 1 then the object will float if less than 1 it sinks
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1) volume of the body submerged in the liquid
2) density of the liquid
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The buoyancy is affected by the : the density of the fluid , the volume of the fluid displaced and the local acceleration due to gravity .
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The density and the volume of the liquid displaced. The?factors?are volume and density. volume of liquid displaced and density of the fluid.
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Where does Archimedes principles work?
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?1.Buoyant force is directly propotional to the volume of fluid displaced by solid.

2.Buoyant force is? directly propotional to the density of fluid in which?a solid is immeresd
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Volume of object and density of water
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Volume of object
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Fffyi
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It depends on the volume of the body and the density if the liquid
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The density of the fluid.
The size and volume of the object.
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Sorry i dont know this
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1 .weight of the object
2.density of the object
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Buoyant force depends on two factor:-
1) Volume of object immersed in the liquid, and
2) density of the liquid.
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Buoyant force depends on two factor:-
1) Volume of object immersed in the liquid, and
2) density of the liquid.
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Buoyant force depends upon four factors.
1. Buoyant force is directly proportional to volume of the object. Therefore, if buoyant force increases with increase in volume.
2. Buoyant Force is directly proportional to g (acceleration due to gravity)
3. Buoyant Force is directly proportional to the Density of the Object. If the density is greater than the buoyant force, the object will sink. If the density is lesser than the buoyant force, the object will float. If the buoyant force is equal to the density of the object, the object will partly sink.
4. Buoyant Force is inversely proportional to the temperature of the liquid.
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Buoyant force depend on the density of fluid and volume of objects
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• Volume of the body submerged in the liquid or volume of the liquid displaced.
• Density of the liquid.
• Acceleration due to gravity.
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Newton's law
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what is Gravitation
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The buoyant force depends directly upon:

Volume?of the fluid displaced.

Density?of the fluid in which the body is immersed.

Acceleration?due to gravity at the place.
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Buoyant force depend on the mass of the object, weight of the object and it's density also.thank u@
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