Say that I have two objects of the same mass and volume. I place one into freshwater and another in glycerine. In both cases, the objects are floating. Would the buoyant force from both of these fluids acting on the object be the same? From my understanding, buoyant force measures the weight of an object if it's floating. Since both of the objects are of the same weight and are afloat , does it make sense to think that the buoyant force would be the same in the two situations? Many thanks.