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States that buoyant force = weight of the fluid displaced
Archimedes' principle: States that buoyant force = weight of the fluid displaced.
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Archimedes' principle: States that buoyant force = weight of the fluid displaced.

Added 1/1/2015 9:43:56 AM
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Confirmed by sujaysen [1/1/2015 1:07:55 PM]
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