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)

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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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.

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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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.

(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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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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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.

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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