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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi,

I assume that you all know the water displacement theory where:

The volume of water displaced is equal to volume of completely submerged object.

Now, my questions is this: does this theory work for other liquids besides water (e.g. mercury, seawater)?

If not, then can you please explain by using example equations/formulae to prove your point.

Many thanks,

Jay

I assume that you all know the water displacement theory where:

The volume of water displaced is equal to volume of completely submerged object.

Now, my questions is this: does this theory work for other liquids besides water (e.g. mercury, seawater)?

If not, then can you please explain by using example equations/formulae to prove your point.

Many thanks,

Jay