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posted by saurav

Define buoyancy.state the factors on which buoyant force depends?

1. bobpursley

factors: volume displaced, density of liquid displaced, and the strength of gravity.

bouyancy: look in dictionary.

2. nithya

The upward force exerted by any fluid(liquid,gas) on an object is known as buoyancy.
The factors are:
1)Volume displaced
2)Density of fluid displaced
3)The strength of gravity

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