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College Physics 1301 Test #3 Review_Summer_2019Student Name____________________________Objectives questions (2 points each)1. A wooden block floats in water, and a steel object is attached to the bottom of the block by astring as. If the block remains floating, which of the following statements are valid? (Choose allcorrect statements.) (a) The buoyant force on the steel object is equal to its weight. (b) Thebuoyant force on the block is equal to its weight. (c) The tension in the string is equal to theweight of the steel object. (d) The tension in the string is less than the weight of the steelobject. (e) The buoyant force on the block is equal to the volume of water it displaces.2. One of the predicted problems due to global warming is that ice in the polar ice caps will meltand raise sea levels everywhere in the world. Is that more of a worry for ice (a) at the northpole, where most of the ice floats on water; (b) at the south pole, where most of the ice sits onland; (c) both at the north and south pole equally; or (d) at neither pole?

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