What forces act on a body floating inside a liquid, located at the bottom of a vessel with a liquid? Submerged in liquid for only a fraction of its volume?
1) A body floating inside a liquid is acted upon by the force of Archimedes, directed upward and the force of gravity directed downward.
2) The body located at the bottom of the vessel with liquid is acted upon by the Archimedes force directed upward, the force of gravity directed downward, the reaction force of the bottom of the vessel on which the body lies directed upward.
3) A body immersed in a liquid only for a part of its volume is affected by the downward gravity force, the Archimedes force directed upward, which cancel each other out.
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