What is the law of buoyancy?

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If the water displaced by the object in it weighs more than the object itself, the object will have positive buoyancy and float. If the displaced water weighs less than the object in it, the object becomes negatively buoyant and will sink. If the displaced water and the object weigh the same, neutral buoyancy will be achieved, and no change in depth will occur.
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What is the definition of buoyancy?

Buoyancy is the relative tendency of an object to displace a fluid, that is to either float or sink in a liquid, or to rise or sink within a gas. Buoyancy is the upward for

What is the buoyancy theory?

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What is a submarines buoyancy?

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How does a boat have buoyancy?

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