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Posted by mitch on Friday, October 27, 2006 at 1:02am.

Fluid A is more dense than fluid B


1. densities of the objects are more than the densities of the fluids, which object will have the greatest buoyant force when placed in the fluids.

2. densities of the objects are less than the densities of the fluids, which object will float higher when placed in.


More dense things sink to the bottom.

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