What is Archimedian Law of buoyancy explain in details?

Archimedes’ law of buoyancy states that when a body is placed in a fluid gas or liquid it loses some weight. so we are partially submerged in the air what is the amount of air displaced; because the amount of fluid displaced is equal to the weight loss; so how much weight are we losing.

Application

  • When a person entered a bathtub filled with water, an equal amount of water will be displaced as the weight of the person
  • The ship floats on the sea due to the buoyancy force.
  • Archimedes’s principle is used to determining the relative density of the substance.
  • Archimedes’s principle is used in designing ships and submarines.

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