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1 kg block of iron and 1 kg block of aluminum are submerged in water. Which has greater buoyant force?

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• 1 kg block of iron and 1 kg block of aluminum are submerged in water. Which has greater buoyant force?

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Answer #1 | 11/02 2014 06:17
Kilogram is a measure of weight , Both blocks weigh the same there fore they are equally buoyant.(which is not at all)
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