Because if you were too get clay lump and the floating clay shape because it's more dense
The buoyant force on a fully submerged object is equal to the weight of the water displaced. In fact, that's also true of a floating object.
To measure concentration, you compare the amount of the solute to the total amount of the solution.
A math scale is a set of numbers or amounts used to measure or compare the level of something .
Use water and a cylinder marked with measurements. Use the amount of water displaced to compare the volume/ +++ You can indeed, but if the blocks are small enough to handle and of regular polyhedral form, it may be simpler just to use a rule to measure them directly.
A floating object is less dense than the fluid in which it's floating.
Two ways to do this: 1) Floating the less dense object on the more dense liquid. To verify the Archimedes principle you need to show that the mass of the liquid displaced by the less dense object is equal to the mass of the less dense object. To do this you need to have a way to determine the mass of the displaced liquid. If the liquid is in a container filled to the brim, then when you place the less dense object in it, the displaced liquid will spill out over the edges of the container. If you can collect and weight that liquid, then you can compare its weight to the weight of the less dense object - they should match. Alternatively, you can find a way to measure the volume of the displaced liquid and calculate the mass from the volume and density of the displaced liquid. 2) Immerse the object completely in the liquid and measure the force required to keep it submerged. This one is more complicated and difficult to execute and measure. The force required to keep the less dense object submerged should be the difference between the weight of the object (when it is not in the liquid) and the weight of the displaced liquid.
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Those volumes are equal.
If an object is submerged in a full container of liquid, its actual volume is the displaced liquid volume.If an object does not fully submerge (floats), the displaced liquid has the same mass as the object.
The buoyant force on any object in water is equal to the weight of the displaced water, regardless of how much of the object is submerged.
The magnitude of both forces is the same.
compare it with cm .....mm x 10 cm
The amount of water displaced by the block is the volume of the block. so (volume of water with block in it)-(original volume of water)= volume of block
its called a bar graph
It is difficult to answer your question given the details you have provided because a floating dock can consist of various materials, where each material would vary individually in terms of capacity. You should first establish the specific type of floating dock you plan on using and then compare to get a more accurate response.
To compare the energy of two different waves, you measure their amplitudes
Bar graph for amounts. Histogram for amounts over a certain amount of time.
They do not compare. km is a measure of distance and kg is a measure of mass or weight
Feet is a measure of length, ton is a measure of weight, the two do not compare.
they all compare different amounts
I would say bar graphs.
Floating means it has a less density than water.That means the density of the object.Density of the material which the object is made may have a density higher than water.
Ounces is a measure of weight, millimeters is a measure of length, the two do not compare or convert.
Litres are a measure of volume, miles are a measure of distance, the two do not compare.
You cannot compare the two. Feet is a measure of length. Lbs is a measure of weight.