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a 100 pound life guard dives underwater to save a 150 pound person who is drowning the life guard will be able to lift the person to the surface because

a:the buoyant force acts as an upward force on the person

b:the force of gravity is less in water

c:the force of water is greater on moving objects

d:the force of water is less on moving objects

correct znswer:i think its a

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