Lower density=higher bouyancy
It affects almost like density.
If the mass stays the same, then when an object gets larger, its density decreases. The larger density=the more bouyancy
The denser something is, the less easily it can float. So there is an inverse relationship between density and bouyancy.
It's difficult to tell what you are asking. If the question is concerned with the bouyancy of the object, it will sink if it first displaces its volume of water, or will float if it first displaces its weight in water. Since density is mass per unit volume, objects with an average density greater than water will sink.
because boaties can floatie
Water. Its a question of density.
Buoyancy is the ability to float, so if the density is high, it'll hold up something. (see? FLOATING. BUOYANCY.)
more salt means more density so more buoyancy.
An object will sink in a fluid medium if its density is greater than that of the medium.
Divers use substances with high density (ie. lead) to help them sink, and substances with low density (ie. air) to help them float. That way they control their bouyancy.
Divers usually increase their density by wearing a weight belt (which contains lead weights). Some divers also rely, to a lesser degree, on using steel tanks, which are more dense than aluminum tanks. To decrease their density, divers put air into a Bouyancy Control Device (BCD). Some divers may also control bouyancy by putting air into a drysuit if they wear one. Whereas the increase in density created by the weightbelt is normally fixed, the positive bouyancy provided by the BCD can be varied throughout the dive. Usually a divers net density will decrease over the dive - a diver with a full scuba tank has about 4.5 lbs of extra weight (the weight of the gas) over a diver with an empty scuba tank.
bouyancy- force of weight of gas fluids.
The bouyancy of of a floating object is affected by ballast.
It is very saline, rasing its density so effectively raising your bouyancy.
volume does affect the density because the formula of density= mass/ volume
Bouyancy determines whether an object sinks or floats.
"Average" density would imply that you have determined the density of several samples and calculated a mathematical average.
The temperature and the salinity affect water's density.
The moon's average density is about the same as the density of mantle of the Earth.
Yes, water density will affect an object's ability to float.
Rock density has no direct affect on war.
pressure and density