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p = m / v and 1400 - 500 and division by g's and densities, i have come too both of these conclusions many different ways, coming to either answer about the same amount of times. Does anyone know the true formula for this problem.

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p = m / v and 1400 - 500 and division by g's and densities, i have come too both of these conclusions many different ways, coming to either answer about the same amount of times. Does anyone know the true formula for this problem.

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marlon

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why 10 for g, isn't g 9.8 and where does the 50 kg's come from

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500 N is the upward force and is equal to the weight of the replaced water. So you have that 500 = mg and if we take g to be 10, then m = 50

regards

marlon

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