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PHY 210/AZIANTY SARONI/MARCH-JULY 2020TUTORIAL 4FLUID1.A student floats in a salt lake with one-third of his body above the surface. If the densityof his body is 970 kg/m3, what is the density of the lake water?)
2.Determine;a.the absolute pressure at an ocean depth of 1500 m. Assume the density ofseawater is 1030 kg/m3and the air above exerts a pressure of 101.3 kPa.b.at the ocean depth 1500 m, the buoyant force on a spherical undersea vehiclehaving a diameter of 5.0 m.c.Whether the buoyant force in part ii) is enough to push the undersea vehicle ofmass 400 kg out of the ocean if its engine failed. State your reasoning.
3.A weather balloon of mass 600 kg is designed to lift a load of mass 4000 kg. Calculate thevolume of helium is needed to to lift the load. (Given g = 9.81 ms-2, density of the air =1.29 kg m-3and density of helium = 0.18 kg m-3))
4.A solid cube is 7.5 cm on each side. It floats in oil of density 800 kg/m3with one third of

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