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An object of mass 50 g floats in a liquid of density 2.5 g/ml. When the object is placed in a liquid of density 2.0 g/ml, it sinks to the bottom of the container. What is the force that the object exerts on the bottom of the container?

[g = 10m/s^2 = 10N/kg]

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