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Selina Solutions Class 9 Physics Solutions for Exercise 5A in Chapter 5 - Chapter 5 Upthrust In Fluids Archimedes Principle And Floatation

Question 11 Exercise 5A

A body dipped into a liquid experience an upthrust. State two factors on which upthrust on the body depends

Answer:

The two factors on which upthrust on the body depends are:

 The density of the liquid in which the body is submerged

 The volume of the body immersed in the liquid

Video transcript
"hello students welcome to leader learning this is ashwini i teach science at lido so here in this question a body dipped into a liquid experience an up thrust state two factors on which a thirst of the body depends so here in this question as you see in the picture and strawberry is dipped in the water so there is an upthrust acting on it so what will be the factors that will acting on that body or what will be the factors on which the up thrust of the body will depend so there are two factors on which the up thirst of the body depends which are as follows first is the density of liquid here the density of liquid is the density of water okay and second thing is the volume in which the body is emerged as means how much the volume will be there there will be that much will be the up thrust acting on it if the density of water or distance density if there isn't any other liquid like water except water there will be oil or alcohol or anything else so there will be density the density of that liquid will be somewhat higher or lower than the water so it will all depends on the up thrust that whatever the liquid we are using its density is much more important and second thing is its volume is also important that how much volume is used to dip that particular substance into that liquid so i hope everything is clear to you if you have any doubts then please put it down in the comment section for more such video solutions please subscribe leader learning thank you"
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