3/4/2011Physics 214 Fall 201012B-10 Archimedes IITake the 1streading before put the object into large beaker where the water level is just at the overflow point. One then submerge the object into the water while the displaced water is caught in a small beaker. Take the 2ndreading on the scale. One then put the overflowed water to the copper container, take the 3rdreading. The 3rdreading of the scale will A. Be the same as the 2ndreading. B. Be the same as the 1streading C. Be smaller than the 1streading.
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3/4/2011Physics 214 Fall 201022B-10 Archimedes IIA. The block is not immersed T1= Mg B. The block is immersed but the liquid runs out T2= Mg – FBC. The displaced liquid is poured into the can T3= Mg – FB+ WDFT1is found to equal T3which means that the bouyant force FB isequal to WDFthe Weight of the displaced FluidTHE BUOYANT FORCE IS EQUAL TO THE WEIGHT OF THE FLUID DISPLACED.Use a scale to establish the relationship between the Buoyant Force on an object and the Weight of Fluid Displaced by the objectT1MgAT2MgFBBT3MgFBWDFC