Force meter

We put the statuette on the force meter. The force meter showed a value 25 N. Then we placed the statuette on the force meter completely immersed in the water. The force meter showed a value 17 N. What is the volume of the statuette?

Correct answer:

V =  0.8 l

Step-by-step explanation:

F1=25 N F2=17 N g=10 m/s2 ρ=1 kg/l  F2=F1mg F2=F1Vρg  V=(F1F2)/(ρ g)=(2517)/(1 10)=0.8 l



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