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Archimedes says that the amount of water displaced by a mass is equal to the volume of the mass. I had a doubt. If I fill a bucket of water to the brim and drop an object from a certain height, does the height factor determine the volume of the water displaced. In simple words, does the height from which a mass is dropped affect the amount of water displaced? If so, how?
Is there any standard constant or some proportional constant that has been already found out and if so, can anybody suggest some standard experiment or procedure to determine the above?
Is there any standard constant or some proportional constant that has been already found out and if so, can anybody suggest some standard experiment or procedure to determine the above?