For an unknown block submerged in water, you determine the buoyance force on the block is 5.4N. What is the volume (in unit of cm3) of the object?
For an unknown block submerged in water, you determine the buoyance force on the block is...
When a block is completely submerged under water, the buoyancy force on it is 11.6N; when it is completely submerged under an unknown liquid, the buoyancy force is measured to be 10.5N. What is the density (in unit of kg/m3) of the unknown liquid?
In the Application part of this weeks experiment, you measured that the mass of the unknown block is 2,061g; when it is suspended on a force sensor and submerged in water, the force sensor reads 10.5N. What is the density (in unit of g/cm3) of the block?
In the experiment, you hang an aluminum block in air on a force sensor, and obtain a reading of 5.8N. You then hang the block in water, the force sensor reading becomes 3.5N. How much buoyance force, in unit of N, does the block experience?
In the experiment, you hang an aluminum block in air on a force sensor, and obtain a reading of 8N. You then hang the block in water, the force sensor reading becomes 3.6N. How much buoyance force, in unit of N, does the block experience?
36. A 100-cm' block is submerged in water. What is the buoyant force on the block if the density of water is 1.00 g/cm"? A) 0.98 N F B) 980 N C) 100 N D) 0.10 N (152 Major 2, 08) Prepared by Abul Lais
2. 95% of a wood block is submerged in water (density= 1000 kg/m). A layer of oil with a density of 880 kg/m' is now poured on top, to a depth that more than covers the block, as shown. Find the resulting new volume fraction submerged in water, V(in water) / V(block). Hints: (i) You get two buoyant forces - one for each liquid; Also note that (ii) volume, V(block) = V(in water) + V(in oil). d=880 kg/m² V =...
An object that weighs 1000 N floats with 80% of its volume submerged below water. What is the boyance force? What is the volume of the object?
QUESTION 10 A block is submerged in water as shown the figure. Calculate the the volume (m) of the block if the tension in the cable 99 kN downward. Knowing that the specific weight of the block is 2.4 kN/m2 Block
QUESTION 9 5p A block is submerged in water as shown the figure. Calculate the the volume (m2) of the block if the tension in the cable 93 kN downward. Knowing that the specific weight of the block is 4 kN/m? Block
Using Figures A and B, find the volume of the object submerged in the water and its density. (Assume Wapp 0.2 N and Wo0.N. Enter your answers to at least three significant figures.) Wapp Figure A Fiure B Vo = 1.02E-5 g/cm3