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If somthing happends in the experians that does not fit our hypothises, what do we have? anomaly
A scientific guesse Hypothisies
A set of things related to each other in some way System
The boayent force of ann object is eqivolent to what the weight of the water diplased
The upward force produced by water bouyancy
The point where the horisontal and vertical axes meet orgin
The buoyant force on an object is equal to the weight of the fluid the object displaces Archimedes’ principle
something added to a floating object to make it sink ballast
A connection between variables that shows how one may influence the other relationship
water pushed out of the way by an object that is placed in it water displacement
The amount of matter in an object mass
The amount of space an object takes up voulume
mass divided by volume density
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