What is the volume of a fish swimming in seawater if a buoyancy force of 10.3 N acts on it?
December 29, 2020
The buoyancy force, i.e. the Archimedes force is directly proportional to the density of the fluid, the acceleration of gravity and the volume of the submerged body:
Fa = p * g * V
V = F / p * g = 10.3 / 10 = 1cm ^ 3
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