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It has to be greater than the density of the fluid in which it is to be floated.


If an object placed in water sinks - then it has a density greater than water.


An object will sink if it has greater density than water (or whatever liquid it is place in); it will float if it has less density than the liquid.An object will sink if it has greater density than water (or whatever liquid it is place in); it will float if it has less density than the liquid.An object will sink if it has greater density than water (or whatever liquid it is place in); it will float if it has less density than the liquid.An object will sink if it has greater density than water (or whatever liquid it is place in); it will float if it has less density than the liquid.


Whenever the density of the object is greater than the density of the fluid.


it depends on the density of the object and the density of the liquid that it's in. if the density of the object is greater than the density of the liquid, then the object will sink. if the density of the object is lesser than the density of the liquid, the object will float.


The density of an object is related to the density of the fluid it is in because if the density of the object is less than the fluid than it will float. If this density of the object is greater than the density of the fluid it will sink to the bottom.


The density of an object that sinks is greater than the density of the liquid in which it sinks.


yes, if its density is greater than the fluid it is immersed in, it sinks


what is the effect of placing an object with a greater density than water in a bucket of water


Is this the density of a liquid or an object? If this is the density of a liquid and you want to make an object float, than the density of the object should be less than 2.7. If this is the density of an object you are trying to make float, than the density of the liquid should be greater than 2.7.


An object's density must be less than the density of water,in order for the object to float.


A density greater than that of water (which varies with temperature).


No. To sink in a specific liquid, it must have a greater density than the density of that specific liquid.


Density can also be considered volume in this question meaning that the object will sink.


If the object has less density than the liquid in which it will be placed, then it will float. If the object has a greater density than the liquid, then it will sink.


If the volume of water displaced by the object has a mass which is greater than the mass of the object then the object will float. If the same volume of kerosene has a mass that is less than the mass of the object then it will sink. Since the density of water is greater than the density of kerosene it is possible for an object to have a displacement between the two. In that case it will floatt in water but sink in kerosene.


An object will float in water if the object's density is less than the density of water. Relative density is the ratio of one object density with respect to the density of another object. Relative density of any object with respect to water is also known as specific gravity. Objects with a specific gravity less than one will float those with a specific gravity greater than one will not.


Density = mass/volume. If an object has a density greater than water's it will sink. If an object has a density less than water's density, it will float.


To sink, the object's density must be greater than the density of water.To sink, the object's density must be greater than the density of water.To sink, the object's density must be greater than the density of water.To sink, the object's density must be greater than the density of water.



-- If the object floats in water, then its density is less than the density of water. -- If the object sinks in water, then its density is more than the density of water. -- If the object floats in air, then its density is less than the density of air. -- If the object sinks in air, then its density is less than the density of air.



An object with greater density than the liquid it is placed will tend to sink


If an object sinks in a fluid then it has a density greater than the fluid. This assumes the object is solid and not shaped like a boat.




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