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"The Magnitude of the buoyant force is equal to the weight of fluid displaced” is a statement of which principle in the study of fluids?

Select one:
a. Pascal's Principle
b. Archimedes' Principle
c. Bernouilli’s Principle
d. The Equation of Continuity

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  1. Archimedes floats boats !!!

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