The oxygen and liquid in your body are less dense than the composition of most water. (Depending on the salt level, etc.) Since the water around your body is more dense, the water naturally pushes you up, taking off the weight of gravity, the oxygen in your body also plays a major role in this.
ten times lighter because in water people cannot walk in water without it carrying him up,off his feets this is so because water forms waves in water which projects somebody
Only if you/people/animals/objects are lighter than water.
it is lighter than water.
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i think mangoes aren't lighter than water
They are not really lighter, they only seem lighter. Objects weigh the same in water as in air, but in the water, there is an additional force, of the water pushing the object up.
Yes - Oil is lighter than water. Petrol, or gasoline, floats on water because it is lighter that water.
Yes, Frozen water is 9% Lighter than actual water .
Fresh water (of the same temperature) has the lower density ('lighter').
Frozen water actually has less mass then water so it would be lighter
It's not! Oil is lighter than water, it's a density thing.
lighter...that's why oil mixed with water floats on the top
Anything immersed in water becomes lighter as an upward force called buoyant force acted on it. So a mug full of water also appears lighter inside water.
Oil is less dense and therefore lighter than water since it floats.
something that is lighter than the molecular mass of water.Mr of water= 2(1)+16=18therefore, anything with a Mr of lesser than 18 will be lighter than water vapour.example: hydrogen gas.Mr of hydrogen gas= 2(1)= 2therefore, it is lighter than water vapour.
Because the density of ice is less than that of water, the ice floats on the water. Think of density as weight. In cheer leading the heavier people pick up the lighter people because it is easier. It is easier for the water to "pick up" the ice because the ice is lighter. Therefore, the ice floats on top of the water instead of sinking to the bottom
Yes. Oil is lighter then water, and salt water is even heavier then normal water, so oil is a LOT lighter then salt water, therefore, it will float on it.
Depends on what you mean by "lighter" if u mean weight, possibly, if u mean color, water has no color.
The water lifts up your weight when it is in water.So,the oxygen tanks feels lighter when they are in water
Water constantly pushes upwards against an object making it seem lighter.
It is lighter than water