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A con of soda displaces 3.79 * 10^-4 m^3 of water when completely submerged. Each 0.018 kg can contains 3.54 * 10^-4 m^3.

Compare the buoyant force on a can of diet soda of density 1001 kg/m^3 to the force on a can of regular soda of density 1060 kg/m^3. If many cans of diet and regular soda are in a large tub of water and ice, how can you easily pick out the diet soda?

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    wouldn't the diet soda float? What is the density of water?

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    yes because it is less dense!! how would i compare the buoyant force of a can of diet soda ...

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    are you there?

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    bouyant force would be the same, as the same amount of water is displaced.

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