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Posted by **Phil** on Wednesday, January 7, 2009 at 9:40pm.

STEPS:

(1) Find volume of cylinder

(2) Find volume of air in cylinder when submerged

(3) Vcyl - Vair = Vwater

I think you use the formula P=Po + pgh to find the height of the air pocket, but I'm not sure what values to use for P, Po, and p. Please help.

- Physics - Submerged Cylinder -
**Dom**, Saturday, January 29, 2011 at 5:46pmh=(2*sigma*cos(theta))/(rho*g*r)

r= radius

sigma= 0.123(1-0.00139T)

theta=contact angle (for water=0)

rho=density

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