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Buoyancy

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Buoyancy The upward force that makes things float Buoyancy is a force that works the opposite of gravity-it is a push
Gravity Gravity is a pull and it is because of gravity that we are able to walk on the ground and not float in the air. Gravity works the opposite of buoyancy
Float To stay on the top of a liquid
Sink To go below the surface of a liquid, to go to the bottom
Plasticine Clay
Cargo Objects you put in a container We used tiles, marbles, rubber corks, and white cylinders as cargo.
Capacity The largest amount a container will hold When your boat can't hold any more tiles, and it sinks...it is filled to capacity.
Displacement The amount of liquid moved out of the way when an object is placed in the liquid
Created by: bkorybarry