posted by Kendra on .
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?
wouldn't the diet soda float? What is the density of water?
yes because it is less dense!! how would i compare the buoyant force of a can of diet soda ...
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bouyant force would be the same, as the same amount of water is displaced.