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An object weighed 7N in air and 5N in water.If the object is immersed completely in water and the density of water is 1000kg m-3, calculate the ;

(a) weight of water displaced,
(b) Volume of the object
(c) density of the object

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asked by Hazi
  1. (a) 7 N - 5 N =

    (b) the object displaced 2 N of water
    ... w = m g ... 2 = m * 9.8
    ... the volume (in L) is equal to the mass of water (in kg)

    (c) the 7 N object has the same volume as 2 N of water
    ... its density is 7/2 water's density

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