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# What does an object floating tell you?

Updated: 9/19/2023

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### What is Floating object on Microsoft Word 2007?

A floating object is an object that is floating, which is a floating object. Which = floating object.

### What is the difference between an floating object and a inline object?

A floating object can be moved independently of the surrounding text characters.

### What is the difference between an inline object and a floating object?

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Yes, because density is measuring the volume of the object. So it shows how much percent of the object is submerged.

### What can be assumed about the buoyant force on an object floating in water?

The buoyant force on a floating object is equal to the object's weight out of water.

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### A graphic that can be moved independently of the surrounding text characters is called an?

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### What are the principle of floating?

An object will float if it has less density than the fluid it is placed in. Floating is the result of the fact that there is a higher pressure at the bottom of the floating object, than at the top.

### What can affect an object floating?

Salt in the water

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### What do floating object have in common?

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### Why do some things float and some dont?

A floating object has a density less than what it is floating in. If an object has more density than the medium it is placed in, the medium will be unable to hold the object. The object will, therefore, sink.