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describe hoe pressure is exerted by fluids
The deeper the object is placed in the fluid, the more pressure it experiences. This is because is the weight of the fluid above it. [ The more dense the fluid above it, the more pressure is exerted on the object that is submerged, due to the weight of the fluid. ]
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describe how pressure is exerted by fluids
Weegy: If a fluid is within a container then the depth of an object placed in that fluid can be measured. The deeper the object is placed in the fluid, the more pressure it experiences. This is because is the weight of the fluid above it. [ The more dense the fluid above it, the more pressure is exerted on the object that is submerged, due to the weight of the fluid. ] User: Describe Buoyant Force, And Explain Hot It Relates To Archimedes' Principle Weegy: Describe the buoyant force and explain how it relates to Archimedes' law? Archimede's Principle states that the buoyant force that an object [ experiences when immersed ] User: buoyant force Weegy: Buoyant force is caused by gravity acting on the fluid. It has its originin the pressure difference occurring between the top and bottom of theimmersed object, a difference that always exists when pressure varies withdepth. [ Imaging without the object, the same immersed space will be occupiedby the same volume of fluid. The weight of those fluid is supported by other parts of the fluid.So the buoyant force is the weight of the displaced fluid. I hope thisjava applet will help you learn more about buoyancy. ] (More)
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