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find the apparent weight of a 18 cm by 12 cm by 6 cm block of concrete with a mass of 1.82 kg that is submerged under water.

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    volume is 18*12*6 = 1296cm^3
    the mass of water displaced is thus 1.296kg

    the apparent weight is thus g(1.82 - 1.30) = 9.8*.52 = 25.9N

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