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The resultant force from the pressure acting on the surface of the body

The pressure at any point in a fluid is equal to [itex] \rho gh [/itex].

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The resultant force from the pressure acting on the surface of the bodyisthe buoyant force.

The pressure at any point in a fluid is equal to [itex] \rho gh [/itex].

CS

Which density we have to use here?

is it difference between two densities?

And what hight will be used here? what is the reference point?

I have tried this, I don't think it is a correct way to do it.

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Which density we have to use here?

is it difference between two densities?

And what hight will be used here? what is the reference point?

I have tried this, I don't think it is a correct way to do it.

The 'rho' term in the equation is the density of the fluid. The height is the point at which you wish to know the pressure referenced from the top of the fluid surface.

CS

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