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40. ARCHIMEDES' EXPERIMENT. A metal piece is submerged to
water. The water it displaced is poured down to another
container supported by T2. What is the magnitude of the bouyant
force in terms of T’s.(Refer to the figure. T's are tension of the
supporting cords; The weight of the containers
are negligible). A. T1 B. T1 —T2 C. T2 D. (T1 +T2)/2
E. T1 +T2

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